A smooth and mellow finish as Tindal takes over struggling Searson's wholesale wine business

Tindal Wine Merchants will spend close to €1 million taking over the wholesale customers of rival wine distributor Charles Searson

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer @whytebarry
7th September, 2014
Anthony Tindal and his children Harriet and William, owners of Tindal Wine Merchants. Picture: Clare Keogh

Against the backdrop of an increasingly challenging wine trade in Ireland, Tindal Wine Merchants will spend close to €1 million taking over the wholesale customers of rival wine distributor Charles Searson, The Sunday Business Post understands.

Searson's Wine Merchants, which has been struggling lately, is expected to wind down its operations in the near future.

Charles Searson said that his company had begun to struggle in the difficult economic conditions, and ''had difficulty maintaining continuity...

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