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News posted on Friday, 12 December 2008
Secret Stone shares its latest secret
Secret Stone, one of New Zealand’s leading wine brands, continues to expand its portfolio with the launch of its latest addition, the 2008 Secret Stone Pinot Gris.
Water trade price report
The average price of temporary water across the southern Murray-Darling Basin* during November was $365 per megalitre, a far cry from the $807 per megalitre average recorded in November last year.
Camel Valley Vineyard launches new website for winery tours and accommodation
Visitors can book their cottage holiday or winery tour at Camel Valley at the click of a mouse direct through www.camelvalley.com . Camel Valley has been offering winery tours and accommodation in sunny Cornwall for over 20 years, and always relied on a cottage booking agent.
Tohu Sauvignon Blanc rated as Top 10 in New Zealand
As 2008 draws to a close Tohu Wines are celebrating the end of a highly successful and exciting year with a swag of gold medals for its outstanding quality wines.
Amisfield Pinot Noir 2007 wins major award at Sydney International Wine Competition
Amisfield Wine Company’s Amisfield Pinot Noir 2007 has made its mark at its first showing, winning a Top 100 Blue Gold award, identifying it among the leading wines entered at the prestigious Sydney International Wine Competition 2009.
Hawke’s Bay wines set to excite UK wine buyers
The world’s leading independent direct to customer wine merchant, Direct Wines is looking to double its sales of New Zealand wines as part of its drive to differentiate itself from other outlets by offering wines of quality and by exceeding customer expectations.