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'Indulge' in the area

Filipe Naigulevu
Friday, November 03, 2017

RINGING true to its name, Indulge, the newest Wine outlet in Fiji's adventure capital, Pacific Harbour is earmarked to gain popularity soon.

The Wine outlet, owned by one of Fiji's oldest conglomerate - Lawhill Ltd, opened its doors on Wednesday with aimed at targeting the tourist and adventure market in Pacific Harbour.

Situated on Hibiscus Drive in Deuba (Rajeev Service Station) and along Queens Rd to be exact, Indulge offers an exquisite selection of international wines.

This is also set to attract close-by local and expatriate communities including tourists and adrenaline junkies from the nearby adventure and hotels.

According to Lawhill Ltd chief financial officer Sanjesh Kumar, the spot is an ideal one given the influx of tourists and visitors to the area.

"This is a quite a good location especially for tourists coming in and out, that's why we chose this location," he said.

"We are located right across the beach so it is convenient for people who are in the Pacific Harbour for picnics, especially during hot weather.

Housed at Rajeev service station and next to a locally owned restaurant, the outlet is visible from the main road with its large display signboard.

Some wine brands available at the outlet include Casella Wines , Katnook, Deakin, Warburn Wines, Gossip, Cape dream, Cape Spring, Sam Miranda, Oakridge, Richland, J.P Chenet, Salena estate wines, Langmeil valley wines.

Indulge opens seven days a week from 10am to 7pm and also offers new range of Chilean wines Mancura Etnia and Vistamar Brisa.

The new outlet is also a branch out from their headquarters based in Lami, where Lawhill Group of Companies' main operations are centred.

Lawhill Ltd has been operating since January 1988 and is owned by Neil Underhill, a local businessman and also a chartered accountant by profession.

Their businesses are mainly based within the hospitality sector in Fiji with its main divisions consisting of:

* Fiji Coffee, which roasts local and imported green coffee beans and also grinds and packages this for supply to almost every hotel and restaurant in Fiji. In association, the company supplies coffee brewing equipment from simple plungers and pour-over machines to fully automatic "Bean-To-Cup" machines.

* Lawhill Wines & Spirits — is an importer of wines from Australia, France, USA, New Zealand and Chile

* Coleman — Lawhill is the Fiji distributor for the Coleman Company of the USA. The shareholders have had an association with Coleman in Fiji for more than 90 years with Fiji being the first country of export for Coleman.

Lawhill Ltd is also the distributors for Hilti, Nuplex, Pure Fishing, Generators and other agency lines.








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