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Small Things Wine

Direct Investment Primary Industries South West

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Seeking investment value of $0.5 - $2 million

Project Summary

Decarbonisation is a fancy term to explain the need to reduce, rethink and take action and it’s one of the biggest challenges facing the wine industry where packaging options have traditionally been limited to the glass bottle Wine in can is a sustainable choice for consumers who want to reduce their CO2 footprint and drink great wine while they do it Commercial wine in can emerged in the 1960’s and Australia was a pioneer of its introduction Western Australian wine in can producer, Small Things Wine was created to meet the needs of a new generation of wine drinkers Individuals that want to know more about the positive impacts they can have with sustainability, ethics and provenance. As consumers we must all consider the impact of our decisions and our power to make small changes that can create a big impact.

Project description

Small Things Wine is the first Western Australian sustainable premium wine in can brand from Margaret River producing award winning low intervention wines that are unfiltered, unfined and vegan – exclusively for cans.
Cans are a sustainable choice as they require less energy to manufacture, transport, chill and are 25x more recyclable than glass and remain in a closed loop recycling system.
Our premium wines are sustainably grown and made in our accredited vineyards and winery in the prestigious Margaret River region.

Over 5 years Small Things Wine has grown into a global brand exporting to Singapore, Sweden, Japan UK and the USA (in 2023/24).

We have a strong domestic retail presence with exclusive supply partnerships that underpin annual revenue and are growing every quarter.

We require investment to scale and fulfil our manufacturing to meet the global momentum the brand has to fulfil the large UK and USA markets we are entering. We are currently looking for an initial investment ranging from AUD $500,000 to $2 million, and we have strategic plans in place to secure additional funding in stage 2.

Investment opportunity details

We are seeking between AUD 500,000 to 2M investment in exchange for direct equity of Small Things Wine.

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Investment sought: $0.5 - $2 million

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Project highlights:

We are seeking between AUD 500,000 to 2M investment in exchange for direct equity of Small Things Wine.

Project timeline:

Expected start date:
30 June, 2023

Expected end date:
31 July, 2023

Funding round finish date:
31 July, 2023

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