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Kiwi Style Sneak Preview Have a relaxed Saturday afternoon with us – pour yourself a glass of wine, have some delicious finger food and mingle with the winemakers and other wine lovers. For a deeper insight, you could participate in one of the two masterclasses where Master Sommelier Hendrik Thoma presents his favourites of the New Zealand wines.

ProWein At our stand we welcome you with a group of wineries and a diverse selection of wines.

3:00 – 6:30 pm

In addition, Hendrik Thoma presents a range of different grape varieties from across New Zealand in a masterclass on Sunday afternoon. Please see the daily schedule of events on the stand.

Sneak Preview: 3:00 - 6:30 pm Sneak Masterclass 1: 3: 1 5 pm Sneak Masterclass 2: 4:45 pm

23.-25.03.2014

22.03.2014

Klee‘s Grabbeplatz 5 40213 Dusseldorf

9:00 am – 6:00 pm

ProWein Masterclass: 23.03.2014 2:45 pm ProWein forum hall 7.1

Messe Dusseldorf hall 1, stand D20

Please register for all events by 12 March. You may only participate in one Sneak Masterclass.


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Latitude

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VARIETIES PLANTED IN COMMERCIAL QUANTITIES

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Hectares of producing vineyards (2012)

Waiheke Island

Auckland Auckland

38˚SOUTH

waikato/Bay of plenty

North Island

gisborne

40˚SOUTH

Hawke’s Bay

South Island wairarapa

Wellington

Nelson

42˚SOUTH

Martinborough

marlborough

waipara VALLEY 44˚SOUTH

Christchurch

Canterbury

Queenstown

46˚SOUTH

Waitaki

CENTRAL otago

194

Million litres of wine produced (2012)


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Düsseldorf, Germany Welcome to the New Zealand stand at ProWein 2014 New Zealand Winegrowers return to the 2014 ProWein to showcase a wide range of premium wines from across the wine producing regions of New Zealand. New Zealand is a wine producing country that has a lot to offer all sectors of the wine business Distributors/Agents – A New Zealand winery in your portfolio represents an attractive proposition to your clients, the wines are of premium quality at an attractive price point. Why not check our list of wineries seeking distribution in different countries, available on our reception counter? Retailers – Offer your customers something different, focus on New Zealand, with its wide range of grape varieties and strong brands this is a chance to attract and retain new clients with a unique product offering. Press – New Zealand is renowned for being a premium producer of Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir, yet it excels at many other varietals too, visit our producers to taste some examples, you may be surprised!

Chris Stroud Marketing Manager – Europe +44 207 973 8079 +44 7917 417388 cstroud@nzwine.com Sarah Shepherd Events Manager – Europe +44 207 973 8079 +44 7825 699281 sarahs@nzwine.com

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HoReCa – Food friendly wines that complement a range of cuisines, New Zealand wines can be a profitable addition to your wine list which your customers will love! As awareness of New Zealand wine grows in Europe our exports are increasing - export figures to Germany on an MAT basis to December 2013 showed a 14% increase. In addition to the wineries a range of tastings will be held on stand, ask at our reception counter for more details. Thank you for visiting our stand, we hope you find everything you are looking for here today and have an enjoyable visit.

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Düsseldorf, Germany Herzlich Willkommen auf dem Stand der New Zealand bei der ProWein 2014 New Zealand Winegrowers kehren zurück zur ProWein 2014 um das

Chris Stroud Marketing Manager – Europe +44 207 973 8079

weite Spektrum an hochklassigen Weinen von den verschiedensten

+44 7917 417388

Regionen Neuseelands zu präsentieren.

cstroud@nzwine.com

Neuseeland ist ein Wein produzierendes Land, welches in allen

Sarah Shepherd

Bereichen des Weinbusiness viel zu bieten hat –

Events Manager – Europe

Großhändler/Vertreter – Ein neuseeländisches Weingut in Ihrem

+44 207 973 8079

Portfolio repräsentiert ein attraktives Angebot für Ihre Kunden.

+44 7825 699281

Die Weine sind hochklassig und haben ein gutes Preis-Leistungs-

sarahs@nzwine.com

Verhältnis. Kommen Sie zu unserem Stand und werfen Sie einen Blick auf unsere Liste der Weingüter. Erfahren Sie welche nationalen sowie internationalen Großhändler neuseeländische Weine anbieten. Einzelhändler – Bieten Sie Ihren Kunden etwas anderes, mit dem Fokus auf Neuseeland. Mit einem breitgefächerten Angebot aus verschiedenen Rebsorten und großen Marken ergibt sich die Chance neue Kunden anzusprechen und bestehenden Kunden etwas Neues

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zu bieten. Presse – Neuseeland ist renommiert für seinen hochklassigen Sauvignon Blanc und Pinot Noir, jedoch stechen auch viele weitere Rebsorten hervor. Besuchen Sie uns auf unserem Stand und erfahren Sie probieren Sie den ein oder anderen Wein. Vielleicht werden Sie überrascht sein! HoReCa – Essensfreundliche Weine, welche Speisen perfekt begleiten. Neuseeländische Weine sind eine optimale Ergänzung zu Ihrer Weinkarte. Ihre Gäste werden sie lieben! In den letzten Jahren ist der Export neuseeländischer Weine enorm gestiegen. Laut der MAT ist der Export nach Deutschland um 14% gestiegen. Zuzüglich zu den Weingütern bieten wir auf unserem Stand zusätzliche Verköstigungen an. Für mehr Informationen kommen Sie bei unserem Rezeptionscounter vorbei. Wir freuen uns Sie auf unserem Stand begrüßen zu dürfen und hoffen, dass Sie alles finden wonach Sie suchen. Das New Zealand Winegrowers Team wünscht Ihnen viel Spaß auf der ProWein 2014!

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New Zealand A Land Like No Other, Sustainability, Varietal & Regional Information. New Zealand Wine Reception

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PARTICIPATING WINERIES

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Craggy Range

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Elephant Hill

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Seifried Estate

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Greystone Wine Group Greystone Wines & Muddy Water

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Sacred Hill

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Huia Vineyards

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Murdoch James Estate

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Matahiwi Estate

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Ōhau Wines

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Man O’ War Vineyards

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Seresin Estate

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Framingham Wines

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Gladstone Vineyard

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Rockburn Wines

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Toi Toi Wines

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Oyster Bay New Zealand

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Spy Valley Wines

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Staete Landt Vineyard

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Villa Maria Estate

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Waimea Estates

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A LAND LIKE NO OTHER Tucked away in a remote corner of the globe is a place of glorious unspoiled landscapes, exotic flora and fauna, and a culture renowned for its spirit of youthful innovation. New Zealand is a world of pure discovery, and nothing distilLs its essence more perfectly than a glass of New Zealand wine. DISCOVER our world.

100% Committed to excellence New Zealand’s wine producing history extends back to the founding of the nation in the 1800s. It was the introduction to Marlborough’s astonishing Sauvignon Blanc in the 1980s that saw New Zealand wine explode onto the international scene, courtesy of world beating performances in international competitions and rapturous critical reviews. While Marlborough retains its status as one of the world’s foremost wine producing regions, the quality of wines from elsewhere in the country has also garnered international acclaim. By world standards New Zealand’s production capacity is tiny, accounting for less than

1% of total volume. Though the average price tag for a New Zealand wine is a reflection of its desirability, few would question its ability to deliver excellent value for money. In fact, it’s the unswerving commitment to quality over quantity that has won New Zealand its reputation as a premium producer.

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of total world wine production volume

36°-46° 94+% South Grape growing latitudinal range

of New Zealand vineyard area operates under independently audited sustainability programmes

This commitment is evident from the vineyard to the winery, along with sustainability leadership, New Zealand continues to pioneer advances such as canopy management, stainless steel fermentation techniques and screwcaps.

“For a small country with a relatively young wine industry (at least on the international level), New Zealand really has made a name for themselves over recent years. The wines retain an air of mystery that is somewhat unique in this ever-shrinking modern world of ours.” Gregory Dal Piaz, Snooth.com

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/newzealandwinegrowers New Zealand is one of the world’s youngest nations. Maori created its traditional cultural expression, and just as Maori artists today are reinterpreting ancient craftworks — such as kahu (cloaks, typically of feather, pictured) in new forms and materials — so our grape growers and winemakers are innovating in the vineyard and winery.

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WHAT DOES “SUSTAINABLE” MEAN FOR NEW ZEALAND WINE? For us, sustainability means delivering excellent wine to consumers in a way that enables the natural environment, and the businesses and communities involved, to thrive. Under our Sustainability Policy, wine must be made from 100% certified grapes in fully certified winemaking facilities, and certification must be through an independently audited programme. Central to our sustainability policies is a commitment to keep improving, as new research is undertaken and new technologies are developed. We have an ongoing leadership role in industry research and development projects and, as a result, we’re helping to raise the global bar for sustainability. Seven “pillars” represent our key areas of focus, and we provide guidance and support around each to our members.

PILLARS OF SUSTAINABILITY

Biodiversity

Without the wealth we’re able to harvest from animals, plants and microorganisms, humans couldn’t survive. New Zealand wine producers

Sustainable Winegrowing New Zealand is integral to the ongoing success of New Zealand wine. Members are committed to protecting the unique places that make our famous wines by reducing the use of chemicals, energy, water and packaging, and reusing and recycling materials and waste.

cultivate and nurture diversity in the vineyard.

Soil, Water, Air

Blessed with an array of distinctive soils, abundant fresh water and famously clear air,  our wine producers go to great lengths to take care of these treasures.

Energy Auckland

Even though New Zealand draws most of its ENERGY

CHEMICALS

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electricity from renewable sources, the energy demands of wine production sees the industry employing reduction strategies in all activities. The world expects a certain quality from New Zealand wine; to maintain standards we need to

One large wine operation finds energy efficiencies offer significant savings, so the winery employs heat recovery systems to store waste heat from refrigeration for use in winemaking. Night air cooling, and daytime illumination by natural light are two other successful initiatives.

mitigate against disease and pests. Chemical use on the vineyard, however, is the last resort. Reduce, reuse and recycle are the watchwords in New Zealand vineyards and wineries. Many byproducts are routinely diverted from the waste stream and turned to beneficial use. A sustainable wine industry is for the benefit of people, and its success depends on delivery by people. New Zealand wine producers take their community responsibilities seriously.

BUSINESS

Sustainable practices enable wine producers to add value in a number of meaningful ways, while also making long-term cost savings and are therefore critical to the legacy of our wine industry. Chemicals Gisborne

Each year, local ladybird populations boom in response to the numbers of the damaging pest mealy bug. “It takes some fortitude not to jump in and spray,” says one viticulturist, “but we endeavor to use no insecticides.” Planting cover crops to encourage ladybirds and other predators has significantly reduced use of chemical controls. Soil, Water, Air: Soil Central Otago

For a winery with vineyards on flash flood-prone slopes, soil health is vital. To sustain their fragile soils they’re increasing organic matter by allowing maximum sward growth before mowing; judiciously applying compostenriched bio-char, and balancing soil nutrient levels to preserve the low fertility that gives essential character to their wines.

Biodiversity: Wetlands Marlborough

Rich in indigenous biodiversity, wetlands have high conservation value. One winery began restoring 50 hectares of wetland in 2004 and has since planted over 3000 native plants — with the help of staff and local communities. Along with positive ecological outcomes, the project has yielded wide-ranging business benefits.

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PREMIUM, SUSTAINABLE, DIVERSE As an isolated, cool-climate island nation, New Zealand enjoys an undeniable advantage when it comes to producing distinctive, ultra high quality wines.

flavours. This is the foundation of New Zealand wines’ elegance and power, and helps explain their famed balance, structure and food friendliness.

No place is more than 130km, or 80 miles, inland and the proximity of our vineyards to the ocean has a pronounced effect on the character of our wines. Mild, sunny summers and marked differences between day and night time temperatures in many regions slow the ripening of the grapes and allow them to develop pure, intense varietal

And with growing regions extending 1,600km (1,000 miles) — from latitude 36° in the subtropical north to latitude 46° in the mountainous south (the most southerly vineyards in the world) — regional diversity is dramatic, enabling a striking array of wine varieties and styles to flourish.

NEW ZEALAND PRODUCING VINEYARD AREA hectares, 2013*

 Marlborough (23,232)  Hawke’s Bay (5,093)  Gisborne (1,608)  CENTRAL Otago (1,909)  CANTERBURY/ Waipara VALLEY (1,454)  Nelson (1,032)  Wairarapa/Wellington (972)  Auckland/northland (406) (Not shown)  Waikato/Bay of Plenty (24) *SOURCE: Forward estimate, New Zealand Winegrowers Vineyard Register 2012

EXPORT VOLUME AND SALES export volume Millions of litres*

export Sales - value $NZ fob* 1.2 billion

2009

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2012

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400

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KEY VARIETIES (Planted hectares, 2013)*

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2,012ha* CHARDONNAY

3,253ha*

The classic New Zealand Chardonnay is mouth-filling, with concentrated citrus & tropical fruit, balanced by crisp acidity & refined minerality. The warmer NZ regions typically yield full to medium bodied wines with round, rich flavours, whilst the cooler South Island regions tend to produce medium to light bodied styles with greater acidity, minerality & fresh citrus flavours. As a wine, Chardonnay strongly reflects New Zealand’s unique terroir and the huge diversity within its regions.

Syrah Distinguished by its bright, spicy flavours and elegant texture, akin to elegant Northern Rhône style, New Zealand Syrah is crammed full of plum and savoury black pepper flavours and sometimes even a hint of violets. Cabernet Sauvignon/ Merlot blends By augmenting the structure and finesse of Cabernet Sauvignon with the vibrant, ripe fruit of Merlot, winemakers in New Zealand’s warmer northerly regions are creating elegant, yet powerfully intense, red wine blends. These blends are notable for their purity of fruit expression and are known for being rich and well structured, showing characters of plum, blackcurrant and chocolate.

AROMATICS

3,617ha* Riesling The South Island’s bright days, cool nights and long, dry autumns create the perfect climate for Riesling. Style ranges from bone dry to lushly sweet. Pinot Gris Grown throughout the country, New Zealand Pinot Gris is more akin to Alsace in style than the drier Pinot Grigio, with notes of apple, pear, honeysuckle, spice and bread. Gewürztraminer New Zealand Gewürztraminer is extremely fragrant, with rose petals, lychee, cinnamon and ginger characters commonly seen.

Sauvignon Blanc

20,429ha*

Pinot noir

5,425ha* Native to Burgundy and notoriously fickle (it thrives only in the most optimal of environments), the Pinot Noir grape has found in New Zealand a home away from home. New Zealand Pinot Noir shows fine tannins and elegance with the added excitement of vibrant, intense fruit and secondary herbal, spice and game characters. The huge diversity in climates and soils in New Zealand enables a wide range of styles from the Pinot producing regions.

In 1973, as Marlborough’s first Sauvignon Blanc vines were being planted, no one could have predicted that their yields would attain superstar status within a couple of decades. The explosive flavours of New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc have dazzled wine critics throughout the world, setting the international benchmark for the style. Pungently aromatic, New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc assails the senses with green capsicum (bell-pepper) and gooseberry characters through lush passionfruit and tropical fruit overtones. Other notes include freshcut grass, tomato stalks, melons or limes.

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The University of Auckland is known for the quality of its teaching and research*. The Faculty of Science is the largest and most highly ranked science faculty in New Zealand. It ranks within the top 50 Universities worldwide for biological sciences and also encompasses the Southern Hemisphereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s premium wine science facility. The University of Auckland wine science programme caters for the demands of the global wine industry for highly trained and skilled people. The programme draws on the experiences of winemaking in New Zealand to highlight the multiple dimensions and applications of wine science. There are many study options in wine science. Our wine science programme examines the science of grape production and winemaking, and analytical techniques in winemaking. Students have a unique opportunity to immerse themselves in the study of wine science by living, learning and working on an historic and beautiful working winery located on Waiheke Island in the Hauraki Gulf, New Zealand. Our world-class lecturers and researchers, working in winerelated fields in chemistry, biological sciences, geography and international business, provide valuable information to industry. Their research includes the study of native yeasts, work on the effects of temperature on the aroma profile, and entrepreneurial new research to support the production of lower-calorie and lower-alcohol wines that are high-quality and naturally produced. *See www.worldranked.ac.nz for more information.

Lynley Browne Sector Innovation Manager The University of Auckland DDI +64 9 923 6868 | T +64 9 373 7522 ext 86868 l.browne@auckland.ac.nz www.winescience.auckland.ac.nz


BETWEEN YOU AND A GREAT NEW ZEALAND WINE

As the local producer of wine bottles for the New Zealand wine industry weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re helping Kiwi wine companies present their finest on the world stage. Our technical expertise, craftsmanship and research in bottle design, assists New Zealand wine brands to deliver sensational product to their global markets.

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New Zealand Trade and Enterprise (NZTE) is New Zealand’s international business development agency. Our role is to help New Zealand businesses build strategic alliances and develop commercial relationships internationally. Through a global network of 45 offices, we connect New Zealand businesses with the world, sharing opportunities, knowledge, experience and networks. NZTE focuses on international opportunities that match New Zealand’s business capability and provide significant, sustained economic benefit to

For further information, please contact:

New Zealand. NZTE is working in

Sabine Fehrmann,

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Business Development Manager,

Association to increase New

sabine.fehrmann@nzte.govt.nz

Zealand wine exports into

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Germany, the Netherlands and Sweden. This is a 3-5 year project focussed on brand building and growing New Zealand wine’s market share in Northern Europe.


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Craggy Range Craggy Range began with the desire to create a legacy. In 1997 Terry Peabody was introduced to MW, Steve Smith. Terry sensed an exciting possibility in New Zealand, the climate and spirit of the people aligned with his own philosophy and desire to cut a new path. He wanted to create wines that would become internationally regarded as New World classics. The two made an important decision from the beginning - select and source the best land in the country, and plant vines perfectly suited to that soil and climate.

European Representative Contact Details Hannah Gordon +49 151 7051 3816 hannah.gordon@craggyrange.com

Winery Contact Details 253 Waimarama Road, Havelock North, Hawkes Bay info@craggyrange.com +64 6 873 7126 www.craggyrange.com

Agent/Distributor Contact Details Seeking distribution in this market.

List of Wines on Show and Suggested Retail Price Craggy Range Sauvignon Blanc Te Muna Road Vineyard Martinborough 2013 Alc. 13% Vol., RS 1.9 g/L

€ 19.90

Craggy Range Chardonnay Kidnappers Vineyard Hawke’s Bay 2012 Alc. 12.5% Vol.

€ 21.00

Craggy Range Pinot Noir Te Muna Road Vineyard Martinborough 2011 Alc. 13.5% Vol.

€ 34.00

Craggy Range ‘Te Kahu’ Gimblett Gravels Vineyard Hawke’s Bay 2011 Alc. 13% Vol.

€ 23.00

Craggy Range Syrah Gimblett Gravels Vineyard Hawke’s Bay 2011 Alc. 13% Vol.

€ 25.00

Craggy Range ‘Aroha’ Pinot Noir Te Muna Road Vineyard Martinborough 2011 Alc. 14% Vol. € 60.00

Craggy Range ‘Le Sol’ Syrah Gimblett Gravels Vineyard Hawke’s Bay 2011 Alc. 13% Vol.

€ 60.00

Craggy Range ‘Sophia’ Merlot/Cabernet Sauvignon Gimblett Gravels Vineyard Hawke’s Bay 2011 Alc. 13.5% Vol. € 50.00

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Elephant Hill Elephant Hill is a stunning and innovative winery estate located on the idyllic Te Awanga coast in Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand. We are a family owned, boutique producer of super-premium wines with three vineyards in the renowned sub-regions of Hawke’s Bay, the coastal Te Awanga and the inland Gimblett Gravels and Bridge Pa Triangle. At Elephant Hill we believe that great wines are hand-made wines where meticulous attention to detail will result in the highest quality wine. All our grapes are 100% hand-picked, hand sorted and vinified in small batches – an absolute commitment to quality.

Winery Contact Details

Agent/Distributor Contact Details

Gunter Thies 86 Clifton Road, Te Awanga, Hastings, Hawkes Bay

Seeking distribution in different markets.

+64 27 448 6700 +64 6 873 0400 gunter@elephanthill.co.nz www.elephanthill.co.nz

List of Wines on Show and Suggested Retail Price Elephant Hill Sauvignon Blanc Hawke’s Bay 2013 Alc. 13.0% Vol., RS 3.7 g/L

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Elephant Hill Chardonnay Hawke’s Bay 2012 Alc. 14.0% Vol., RS 1.9 g/L

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Elephant Hill Reserve Chardonnay Hawke’s Bay 2012 Alc. 14.0% Vol.

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Elephant Hill Le Phant Blanc, Hawkes Bay 2013 Alc 13.5% Vol.

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Elephant Hill Le Phant Hawke’s Bay 2012 Alc. 13.5% Vol.

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Elephant Hill Pinot Noir Central Otago 2012 Alc. 13.0% Vol.

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Elephant Hill Hieronymus Hawke’s Bay 2011 Alc. 13.5% Vol.

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Elephant Hill Reserve Syrah Hawke’s Bay 2012 Alc. 13.5% Vol.

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Seifried Estate In 1973 Austrian-born Hermann Seifried and his New Zealand wife Agnes first grafted vines in Nelson. Over 40 years later, the Seifried family now farm over 200 hectares across eight sustainably accredited vineyards in the Nelson region. Wines are exported to 21 countries around the globe and all three Seifried “children” are fully involved in the family business – a reason to celebrate indeed!

Winery Contact Details

Agent/Distributor Contact Details

Marie O’Riordan Worplesdon, Guildford, Surrey, GU3 4AH, UK

Seeking distribution in this market.

+44 75573 65505 +44 1483 235 649 marie@seifried.co.uk www.seifried.co.nz

List of Wines on Show and Suggested Retail Price Old Coach Road Sauvignon Blanc Nelson 2013 Alc. 12.5% Vol., RS 4 g/L

€ 10.99

Old Coach Road Riesling Nelson 2013 Alc. 12% Vol., RS 6.07 g/L

€ 10.99

Old Coach Road Pinot Noir Nelson 2012 Alc. 13.5% Vol.

€ 12.99

Seifried Sauvignon Blanc Nelson 2013 Alc. 12.5% Vol., RS 2 g/L

€ 13.99

Seifried Grüner Veltliner Nelson 2013 Alc. 12% Vol., RS 3 g/L

€ 13.99

Seifried Pinot Gris Nelson 2013 Alc. 12.5% Vol., RS 6 g/L

€ 13.99

Seifried Pinot Noir Nelson 2012 Alc. 12.5% Vol.

€ 16.99

Seifried Winemakers Collection Sweet Agnes Riesling Nelson 2013 Alc. 10.5% Vol., RS 165 g/L

€ 17.99

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Greystone Wine Group – Greystone Wines & Muddy Water Greystone Wines was established in 2002 in the Waipara Valley and is managed by Nick Gill as viticulturalist and Dom Maxwell as winemaker. We grow, vinify and bottle all our wine on site from our own vineyards. In 2010 the acclaimed neighbouring organic vineyard Muddy Water became part of the group and is still a standalone brand. Both vineyards specialise in Pinot Noir and Chardonnay off the unique Omihi limestone soils. In addition there is Riesling, Pinot Gris, Sauvignon Blanc and Pinotage planted in the nearly 200 hectares that make up the entire site.

Winery Contact Details Nik Mavromatis 376 Omihi Road, Waipara, North Canterbury +64 21 839 519 +64 3 314 6100 nik.mavromatis@greystonewines.co.nz www.greystonewines.co.nz

Agent/Distributor Contact Details Seeking distribution in this market.

List of Wines on Show and Suggested Retail Price Greystone Pinot Noir Waipara Valley, Canterbury 2012 Alc. 13.5% Vol.

€ 25.00

Muddy Water Pinot Noir Waipara Valley, Canterbury 2012 Alc. 14% Vol.

€ 25.00

Greystone Sauvignon Blanc Waipara Valley, Canterbury 2013 Alc. 13.5% Vol., RS 0.2 g/L

€ 15.00

Muddy Water Slowhand Pinot Noir Canterbury 2010 Alc. 14% Vol.

€ 35.00

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Sacred Hill Vineyards Sacred Hill Vineyards Ltd remains one of New Zealand’s largest family owned wine producing companies, encompassing brands such as Sacred Hill, Wild South, Gunn Estate and Whitecliff. Since planting its first grapes in Dartmoor, Hawkes Bay in 1986, the company has rapidly grown to now also include extensive vineyards in Marlborough, as well as some of the best single vineyard sites; amongst them the Rifleman’s and Gimblett Gravels vineyards. All vineyards and our winery operate under sustainable practices & are certified accordingly. www.sacredhill.com www. wildsouthwines.co.nz www.gunnestate.co.nz www.whitecliff.co.nz www.tipoint.co.nz

Winery Contact Details Glenn Cunningham, 1472 Omahu Rd, RD5, Hastings, 4175, Hawkes Bay +64 29 771 0860, +64 6 879 8760 glenn.cunningham@sacredhill.com, www.sacredhill.com, @sacredhillwines

Agent/Distributor Contact Details Seeking distribution in this market.

List of Wines on Show and Suggested Retail Price Sacred Hill Halo Chardonnay Hawke’s Bay 2012 Alc. 13.5% Vol.

€ 16.00

Sacred Hill Halo Merlot/Cabernet Sauvignon Hawke’s Bay 2012 Alc. 13.0% Vol.

€ 18.00

Sacred Hill Sauvignon Blanc Marlborough 2013 Alc. 12.5% Vol., RS 2.6 g/L

€ 12.00

Sacred Hill Pinot Noir Marlborough 2013 Alc. 13.5% Vol.

€ 14.00

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Huia Vineyards Winemakers Claire and Mike Allan established the Huia winery and vineyards in Marlborough’s Wairau Valley during the 1990’s. This family owned wine company is committed to the production of premium and classical Marlborough wines. Innovative and traditional wine making techniques produce wines expressing the richness of Marlborough grapes from the vineyard through to the bottle. The Huia winery and vineyards have gained full BioGro Organic certification in 2011.

Winery Contact Details Mike & Claire Allan 22 Boyces Road, RD 2, Blenheim, Marlborough +64 3 572 8326 claire@huia.net.nz www.huia.net.nz

Agent/Distributor Contact Details Seeking distribution in this market.

List of Wines on Show and Suggested Retail Price Huia Sauvignon Blanc Marlborough 2013 Alc. 13.5% Vol., RS 3 g/L

€ 17.00

Huia Pinot Gris Marlborough 2012 Alc. 13.5% Vol., RS 3.5 g/L

€ 18.00

Huia Pinot Noir Marlborough 2011 Alc. 13.5% Vol.

€ 28.00

Hunky Dory Sauvignon Blanc Marlborough 2013 Alc. 13.5% Vol., RS 4 g/L

€ 10.00

Hunky Dory Tangle Marlborough 2013 Alc. 13.5% Vol., RS 4 g/L

€ 10.00

Hunky Dory Pinot Noir Marlborough 2013 Alc. 13% Vol.

€ 15.00

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Murdoch James Estate As one of the founding families of Martinborough’s wine industry, Roger Fraser planted Syrah and Pinot Noir in 1986. He named the vineyard after his father, Murdoch James (Jim) Fraser. Jim has left Roger with two memories; the importance of family, and integrity in all one does. Murdoch James wines are handmade with the greatest of care, using sustainable practices to protect the land for future generations. Since Roger Fraser’s first vintage 25 years ago, Murdoch James Estate wines have consistently received international critical acclaim. Today, the philosophy at Murdoch James Estate remains the same: ‘Handmade in New Zealand’.

Winery Contact Details Nicola Belsham 284 Dry River Road, Martinborough, 5781 +64 274 550 712 +64 6 306 9165 nicola@murdoch-james.co.nz www.murdochjames.co.nz

Agent/Distributor Contact Details Seeking distribution in this market.

List of Wines on Show and Suggested Retail Price Murdoch James Blue Rock Pinot Noir Martinborough 2012 Alc. 14% Vol.

€ 40.00

Murdoch James Estate Pinot Noir Martinborough 2012 Alc. 13.5% Vol.

€ 17.00

Waru Sauvignon Blanc Martinborough 2013 Alc. 12.5% Vol., RS 0.5 g/L

€ 9.50

Murdoch James Blue Rock Pinot Gris Martinborough 2013 Alc. 12.0% Vol., RS 4.0 g/L

€ 9.50

Murdoch James Blue Rock Syrah Martinborough 2012 Alc. 14% Vol.

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Matahiwi Estate Matahiwi Estate’s first vines were planted in 1999 by Alastair Scott. Three years later he founded this family-owned winery. With 75 hectares of vineyard surrounding the winery, Matahiwi Estate pioneered one of the largest vineyard areas in Wairarapa. Two thirds are planted in Pinot Noir and the balance in Sauvignon Blanc/Pinot Gris.

Winery Contact Details Fleur Nicol 286 Paierau Road, RD1, Masterton, Wellington +64 27 888 100 +64 6 370 1000 sales@matahiwi.co.nz www.matahiwi.co.nz

Agent/Distributor Contact Details Seeking distribution in this market.

List of Wines on Show and Suggested Retail Price Matahiwi Estate Pinot Noir Wairarapa 2012 Alc. 13.5% Vol.

€ 19.00

Mt Hector Pinot Noir Wairarapa 2012 Alc. 13.5% Vol.

€ 14.00

Matahiwi Estate Sauvignon Blanc Wairarapa 2013 Alc. 13.5% Vol.

€ 14.50

Mt Hector Sauvignon Blanc Wairarapa 2013 Alc. 13.5% Vol.

€ 10.50

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Ōhau Wines Ōhau is New Zealand’s newest winegrowing region. Ōhau Wines are producing exciting, elegant wines with intense fruit flavours. Viticulturist Kate Gibbs identified the Ōhau river terrace soils and the microclimate as being the key attributes of the unique terroir. A meticulous focus on quality by winemaker Jane Cooper, continues the story. Since its maiden vintage in 2009, all wines have been award winners with the Ōhau Gravels Pinot Gris achieving trophy status.

Winery Contact Details Donna Riley PO Box 99, Paraparaumu, Wellington +64 21 118 2887 +64 6 367 5051 Donna@Ōhauwines.co.nz Ōhauwines.co.nz

Agent/Distributor Contact Details Seeking distribution in other markets. Florian Berger Wine In Motion wine in motion GmbH , Ruprechtsberg 20, 84149 Velden, 84149, Germany f.berger@wine-in-motion.com

List of Wines on Show and Suggested Retail Price Ōhau Gravels Pinot Gris Ōhau, Wellington 2012 Alc. 14.5% Vol., RS 6.3 g/L

€ 16.99

Ōhau Gravels Sauvignon Blanc Ōhau, Wellington 2013 Alc. 13.5% Vol., RS 1.5 g/L

€ 16.99

Woven Stone Pinot Gris Ōhau, Wellington 2013 Alc. 14.5% Vol., RS 15 g/L

€ 13.99

Woven Stone Sauvignon Blanc Ōhau, Wellington 2013 Alc. 14% Vol., RS 4.4 g/L

€ 13.99

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Man O’ War Vineyards Located at the eastern end of Waiheke Island, in the beautiful Hauraki Gulf, Man O’ War boasts a beautiful spread of coastal hillsides with high cliffs and stunning beaches. This rugged coastline was ‘discovered’ in 1769 by Captain James Cook, today we take responsibility for maintaining its beauty and integrity for future generations. We first introduced grapes to Man O’ War in 1993, firm in the belief that world class wines could be produced here. Since then we have carefully selected and developed 76 individual pockets of hillsides, each chosen for the unique and exceptional qualities they bring to our wines.

Winery Contact Details Man O’ War

European Representative Contact

Vineyards

Details

Anne-Marie Ambler

Sara Fogarty

+64 27 532 0152 +64 9 303 9677 anne-marie@manowarvineyards.co.nz

+44 7767 898514 sara@manowarvineyards.co.nz

www.manowarvineyards.co.nz @ManOWarNZWine

Agent/Distributor Contact Details Man O’ War Vineyards irene@wickedwine.se SWEDEN: Irene Adnell, Wicked Wines, FINLAND: Gun Karell, Oy We Care AB, gun.karell@wecare.fi FRANCE: Jeremy Belcher, Bardinet Vins & Adet Seward Export, jeremy.belcher@bardinet.fr UNITED KINGDOM: Hamish Young, New Generation Wines, hamish@newgenerationwines.com IRELAND: Lynne Coyle, O’Briens Wines, lcoyle@obrienswine.ie GERMANY & AUSTRIA: Hilmar Naubert, Finegoods Partners Ltd, info@neuseeland-weinboutique.de

List of Wines on Show and Suggested Retail Price Man O’ War Ironclad Waiheke Island 2010 Alc. 14.5% Vol.

€ 35.99

Man O’ War Dreadnought Syrah Waiheke Island 2011 Alc. 13.5% Vol.

€ 35.99

Man O’ War Valhalla Chardonnay Waiheke Island 2012 Alc. 14% Vol., RS 2.0 g/L

€ 29.99

Man O’ War Gravestone Waiheke Island 2012 Alc. 13% Vol., RS 2 g/L

€ 24.99

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Seresin Estate The sentinel stone at the entrance to our Home Vineyard in Marlborough, New Zealand, signals the path to both our winery and our philosophy. The stone bears a subtle handprint, a symbol of strength, gateway to the heart, tiller of the soil and the mark of the artisan. Organically and biodynamically grown, hand-tended and hand-picked, the grapes from our estate are handmade into wines of passion, grace and spirit.

Winery Contact Details

European Representative

Kat Wiggins 85 Bedford Road, RD 1, Blenheim, Marlborough

Sara Fogarty

Contact Details

+64 21 118 9705 +64 3 572 9408 kat@seresin.co.nz

+44 7767898515 sarajfogarty@gmail.com

www.seresin.co.nz @SeresinEstate

www.seresin.co.nz @SeresinEstate

Agent/Distributor Contact Details cponcin@vinsdumonde.com FRANCE: Christian Poncin, Vins du Monde, BELGIUM: Johan & Bjorn Monard, ad Bibendum Fine Wines, info@adbibendum.be DENMARK: Lars Bo Henriksen, H. J. Hansen Vinhandel A/S, lbh@hjhansen.dk SWITZERLAND: Thomas Kretz Buyer, Weinkellereien Aarau AG, t.kretz@wka.ch UK: Sara Faulkner, Armit Wines, sfaulkner@armitwines.co.uk SWEDEN: Irene Adnell, Wicked Wines, irene@wickedwine.se POLAND: Marcin Witek, Kondrat, marcin.witek@mkondrat.pl

List of Wines on Show and Suggested Retail Price Seresin Rachel Pinot Noir Marlborough 2011 Alc. 14% Vol.

€ 39.00

Seresin Reserve Chardonnay Marlborough 2011 Alc. 14% Vol., RS 1.3 g/L

€ 33.00

Seresin Sauvignon Blanc Marlborough 2012 Alc. 12.5% Vol., RS 3.6 g/L

€ 16.00

MOMO Pinot Noir Marlborough 2011 Alc. 14% Vol.

€ 19.00

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Framingham Wines At our boutique winery in the Wairau Valley, we craft expressive, individual small batch wines with new world purity and old world complexity. Our range currently comprises Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling (in four styles), Pinot Gris, Viognier, Gewürztraminer, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Montepulciano.

Winery Contact Details

Agent/Distributor Contact Details

Tom Trolove PO Box 37, Renwick, Marlborough +64 3 572 8884

Martin Hanisch EGGERS & FRANKE GmbH +49 3 053 140 m.hanisch@egfra.de

+64 21 955 668 tom.trolove@framingham.co.nz www.framingham.co.nz

List of Wines on Show and Suggested Retail Price Framingham Classic Riesling Marlborough 2011 Alc. 12.0% Vol., RS 18 g/L

€ 17.00

Framingham Sauvignon Blanc Marlborough 2013 Alc. 13.0% Vol., RS 3.5 g/L

€ 15.00

Framingham Pinot Noir Marlborough 2012 Alc. 13.0% Vol.

€ 20.00

Ribbonwood Sauvignon Blanc Marlborough 2013 Alc. 13.0% Vol., RS 4.0 g/L

€ 11.00

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Gladstone Vineyard Located in the heart of the Wairarapa, Gladstone Vineyard is a small family wine business nestled in premium New Zealand wine country. Enriched by the land, crafted by hand, we practise intelligent wine growing. As caretakers of this unique terroir we are committed to growing our vines and producing our wines in a thoughtful, sustainable and environmentally responsible manner. Our principal varieties are the internationally acclaimed Pinot Noir, Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Gris. Elegant and food friendly, with great aging potential, Gladstone Vineyard wines display balance, texture and a unique minerality.

Winery Contact Details

Agent/Distributor Contact Details

Christine Kernohan 340 Gladstone Rd, RD 2, Carterton, Wellington +64 6 379 8563

Seeking distribution in other European markets.

+64 21 509 100 christine@gladstonevineyard.co.nz

UK: Robin Naylor, Boutinot Ltd, +44 161 9081315, robinn@boutinot.co.nz

www.gladstonevineyard.co.nz

List of Wines on Show and Suggested Retail Price Gladstone Vineyard Sauvignon Blanc Wairarapa 2013 Alc. 13% Vol., RS 0.5 g/L

€ 17.00

Gladstone Vineyard Pinot Noir Wairarapa 2011 Alc. 13% Vol.

€ 27.00

Jealous Sisters Sauvignon Blanc Wairarapa 2013 Alc. 13% Vol., RS 1.4 g/L

€ 12.50

Jealous Sisters Pinot Noir Wairarapa 2012 Alc. 13% Vol.

€ 16.00

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Rockburn Wines Taking its name from the rock strewn, burn scarred landscape of Central Otago, Rockburn produces premium wines with intense varietal characteristics with Pinot Noir being the main variety. Grapes are handpicked from their vineyards at Lowburn and Gibbston Valley each with their own sub regional characteristics and are crafted into elegant complex wines with subtly added from New Zealand’s only true continental climate. A pure expression of Central Otago in your glass.

Winery Contact Details Paul Donaghy – General Manager Cnr Gair Ave & McNulty Road, Cromwell, 9310, Central Otago +64 21 832 021 +64 3 445 0555 paul@rockburn.co.nz www.rockburn.co.nz

Agent/Distributor Contact Details Seeking distribution in this market.

List of Wines on Show and Suggested Retail Price Rockburn Pinot Noir Central Otago 2011 Alc. 14.0% Vol.

€ 29.99

Rockburn Pinot Gris Central Otago 2013 Alc. 12.5% Vol., RS 15 g/L

€ 17.99

Devil’s Staircase Pinot Noir Central Otago 2013 Alc. 13.5% Vol.

€ 17.99

Devil’s Staircase Pinot Gris Central Otago 2013 Alc. 12.5% Vol., RS 23 g/L

€ 14.99

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Toi Toi Wines Toi Toi (pronounced Toy Toy) is NZ’s largest and most majestic native grass. There are four subspecies of Toi Toi which have naturally adapted to NZ’s awe inspiring sub-regional climates. Toi Toi’s natural adaptability and majesty has provided inspiration for our winemaking philosophy: To create quality, distinctive NZ wines by sourcing premium varietals from the regions in which they are most renowned. Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling and Pinot Gris from Marlborough, Pinot Noir from Central Otago and Cabernet Sauvignon from Hawkes Bay. We are a family winery with our winemaking based in Marlborough.

Winery Contact Details 41 Gouland Rd, Spring Creek Blenheim, Marlborough +64 9 478 9548 David Jones – Sales

+64 21 1791 427

Andrew Bonner - Owner Kevin Joyce – Owner

david@toitoiwines.co.nz

+64 21 669 344

+64 21 935 849 wine@toitoiwines.co.nz

andrew@toitoiwines.co.nz

kevin@toitoiwines.co.nz

www.toitoiwines.co.nz twitter/toitoiwines

Agent/Distributor Contact Details Seeking distribution in this market for wines on show and also Merlot, Chardonnay and Riesling.

List of Wines on Show and Suggested Retail Price Toi Toi Brookdale Single Vineyard Sauvignon Blanc Marlborough 2013 Alc. 13.5% Vol., RS 4.0 g/L

€ 16.99

Toi Toi Brookdale Reserve Pinot Gris Marlborough 2013 Alc. 13.5% Vol., RS 3.4 g/L

€ 15.99

Toi Toi Sauvignon Blanc Marlborough 2013 Alc. 13% Vol., RS 3.2 g/L

€ 10.99

Toi Toi Pinot Noir Clutha, Central Otago 2013 Alc. 13.5% Vol.

€ 19.99

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Oyster Bay New Zealand The philosophy of Oyster Bay New Zealand is to produce fine, distinctively regional wines that are elegant and assertive with glorious fruit flavours - wines that drink well within a year or two of the vintage, yet possess the balance of structure to reward cellaring. Oyster Bay New Zealand is owned by Delegat’s Wine Estate Limited, one of New Zealand’s largest family owned wine producers - passionate about New Zealand wine for more than 60 years.

Winery Contact Details Lois Dongray-Jones PO Box 91681, Auckland +64 9 359 7300 lois.dongray-jones@delegats.co.nz www.oysterbaywines.com

Agent/Distributor Contact Details Seeking distribution in this market.

List of Wines on Show and Suggested Retail Price Oyster Bay Cuvée Marlborough NV Alc. 12% Vol., RS 9.0 g/L

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Oyster Bay Cuvée Rosé Hawke’s Bay NV Alc. 12% Vol., RS 9.0 g/L

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Oyster Bay Sauvignon Blanc Marlborough 2013 Alc. 12.5% Vol., RS 4.0 g/L

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Oyster Bay Chardonnay Marlborough 2013 Alc. 13.5% Vol., RS 2.0 g/L

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Oyster Bay Pinot Noir Marlborough 2012 Alc. 13% Vol., RS 2.0 g/L

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Oyster Bay Merlot Hawke’s Bay 2013 Alc. 13.5% Vol., RS 2.0 g/L

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Spy Valley Wines The brand name ‘Spy Valley’ is derived from the presence of a satellite communications monitoring station in Marlborough’s Waihopai Valley - a spy base. Nine varieties of grapes are grown over 400 acres to produce premium fruit for Spy Valley Wines. Unlike the world of espionage, Spy Valley’s wine has demanded global attention, where the wine has been called “impossible to ignore” and the company “among the planet’s 20 most notable new producers.”

Winery Contact Details

Agent/Distributor Contact Details

Blair Gibbs 37 Lake Timara Road, RD 6, Blenheim, Marlborough +64 3 572 9840 blair@spyvalley.co.nz

Seeking distribution in this market.

www.spyvalleywine.co.nz

List of Wines on Show and Suggested Retail Price Spy Valley Sauvignon Blanc Wairau Valley, Marlborough 2013 Alc. 13% Vol., RS 2.1 g/L

€ 10.00

Spy Valley Riesling Waihopai Valley, Marlborough 2013 Alc. 13% Vol., RS 4.7 g/L

€ 12.00

Spy Valley Gewürztraminer Waihopai Valley, Marlborough 2013 Alc. 14% Vol., RS 8.8 g/L

€ 12.00

Spy Valley Pinot Noir Rosé Southern Valleys, Marlborough 2013 Alc. 13.5% Vol., RS 2.6 g/L € 10.00

Spy Valley Pinot Noir Southern Valleys, Marlborough 2012 Alc. 13.5% Vol.

€ 16.00

Spy Valley Envoy Sauvignon Blanc Waihopai Valley, Marlborough 2012 Alc. 13.5% Vol., RS 2.1 g/L

€ 18.00

Spy Valley Envoy Riesling Waihopai Valley, Marlborough 2011 Alc. 8.5% Vol., RS 72 g/L

€ 18.00

Spy Valley Envoy ‘Outpost’ Pinot Noir Omaka Valley-North Slope, Marlborough 2011 Alc. 13.5% Vol.

€ 24.00

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Staete Landt Vineyard Staete Landt Vineyard is a family owned boutique wine company situated on the renowned riverbed and riverbank soils in the Upper Rapaura region (the “Golden Mile”) of Marlborough. The ‘Staete Landt’ and ‘Map Maker’ wine series are based on grapes from the family estate and on grapes from surrounding vineyards. The estate is designed in various smaller varietal blocks, each with different clone-rootstock combinations. This results in complex wines with elegance and finesse which truly express the unique terroir of our land. Marlborough Wines of Integrity and Perseverance Family • Dreams • The Land The Journey is the Reward

Winery Contact Details

Agent/Distributor Contact Details

Ruud A. Maasdam Corner Rapaura Road & Jeffries Road, RD 3, Blenheim, 7240, Marlborough

Seeking distribution in: Germany, Russia, Poland, Belgium, France, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland, Czech Republic

+64 21 645 471 +64 3 572 9886 wine@staetelandt.co.nz www.staetelandt.co.nz

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List of Wines on Show and Suggested Retail Price Staete Landt ‘Annabel’ Sauvignon Blanc Marlborough 2013 Alc. 13.5% Vol., RS 1.4 g/L

Staete Landt ‘Josephine’ Chardonnay Marlborough 2011 Alc. 13.5% Vol., RS 3.7 g/L

€ 16.00

€ 18.00

Staete Landt Pinot Gris Marlborough 2011 Alc. 14% Vol., RS 2.1 g/L

€ 16.00

Staete Landt Viognier Marlborough 2012 Alc. 13.5% Vol., RS 5.3 g/L

€ 25.00

Staete Landt ‘Rudi’ Dry Riesling Marlborough 2010 Alc. 13% Vol., RS 3.3 g/L

€ 16.00

Staete Landt ‘Paladin’ Pinot Noir Marlborough 2010 Alc. 14% Vol.

€ 22.00

‘Map Maker’ Sauvignon Blanc Marlborough 2013 Alc. 13% Vol., RS 2.6 g/L

‘Map Maker’ Pinot Noir Marlborough 2013 Alc. 14% Vol.

€ 9.80

€ 15.00

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Villa Maria Estate A leader in sustainability, innovation and quality, Villa Maria is recognised as an icon in the NZ wine industry. Truly exceptional wine made by passionate people encapsulates Villa Maria’s success story. For more than 50 years Villa Maria has been creating approachable and food friendly wines of premium quality from NZ’s best winegrowing regions. Proudly NZ and family owned Villa Maria has a genuine desire to operate in a way that ensures resources are protected for future generations. An innovative culture and fearless pursuit of excellence is the reason Villa Maria’s wines are now sought after in more than 60 countries worldwide. European Representative

Winery Contact Details

Agent/Distributor

Contact Details V.G. Lensveldt - European Market Manager

Mary Winstone 118 Montgomerie Road, Mangere, Manukau, Auckland +64 9 255 0660 maryw@villamaria.co.nz

Contact Details

+ (0) 31 61 5306261 vincentl@villamaria.co.nz

www.villamaria.co.nz

Wein Wolf Königswinterer Straße 552, Bonn, Germany, 53227 +49 2 2844960 info@weinwolf.de

List of Wines on Show and Suggested Retail Price Villa Maria Private Bin Lightly Sparkling Sauvignon Blanc Marlborough 2012 Alc. 13% Vol., RS 5.4 g/L

€ 14.99

Villa Maria Private Bin Marlborough Organic Sauvignon Blanc Marlborough 2012 Alc. 12.5% Vol., RS 2.0 g/L

€ 12.99

Villa Maria Reserve Wairau Valley Sauvignon Blanc Marlborough 2012 Alc. 13% Vol., RS 3.0 g/L

€ 18.49

Villa Maria Private Bin East Coast Arneis Blend 2012 Alc. 12.5% Vol., RS 2.8 g/L

€ 12.99

Villa Maria Private Bin Organic Gewürztraminer Hawke’s Bay 2012 Alc. 13% Vol., RS 7.8 g/L € 13.99

Villa Maria Private Bin Organic Merlot Hawke’s Bay 2013 Alc. 14% Vol.

€ 14.99

Villa Maria Cellar Selection Pinot Noir Marlborough 2011 Alc. 13.5% Vol.

€ 16.99

Villa Maria Reserve Pinot Noir Marlborough 2012 Alc. 14% Vol.

€ 24.99

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Waimea Estates Waimea Estates is one of Nelson’s larger producers with over 140 hectares of their own vineyards. The cool climate and alluvial soils of Nelson’s Waimea plains combined with the highest sunshine hours in New Zealand allow vibrant, fruit-focused wines to be made. Waimea’s export varieties are based on highly awarded Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Gris and Pinot Noir. Waimea has now won 123 Gold Medals and 21 Trophies across nine different wine styles - proving the versatility Waimea and the Nelson region can provide.

Winery Contact Details

Agent/Distributor Contact Details

Martin Carrington Waimea Estates, Appleby Highway, Richmond, Nelson

Petra and Hilmar Naubert Finegoods Partners Ltd 2/66 Victoria Rd, Devonport, Auckland +49 5619 8779998

+64 21 852 612 +64 3 544 6385 waimea@xtra.co.nz www.WaimeaEstates.co.nz @waimeaestate

+49 561 98779998 PetraandHilmar@finegoodspartners.com

List of Wines on Show and Suggested Retail Price Spinyback Sauvignon Blanc Nelson 2013 Alc. 12.5% Vol., RS 3.9 g/L

€ 11.99

Spinyback Pinot Noir Nelson 2012 Alc. 13.5% Vol.

€ 17.99

Waimea Sauvignon Blanc Nelson 2013 Alc. 12.5% Vol., RS 3.3 g/L

€ 14.49

Waimea Classic Riesling Nelson 2013 Alc. 11.5% Vol., RS 13.5 g/L

€ 17.99

Waimea Gewürztraminer Nelson 2013 Alc. 13% Vol., RS 10.5 g/L

€ 17.99

Waimea Pinot Noir Nelson 2012 Alc. 13.5% Vol.

€ 19.99

Waimea Trevs Red Nelson 2012 Alc. 14% Vol.

€ 19.99

Waimea Noble Riesling Dessert Wine Nelson 2005 Alc. 9% Vol., RS 200 g/L

€ 14.99

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Waipara West Waipara West is situated on north facing terraces along the Waipara River, 45 miles north of Christchurch. Only handpicked grapes from our own vineyard are used for our wines. As the yields, in all varieties, are so low, the wines are generally intense and have an inherent structure. Our winemaking is aimed at retaining rather than enhancing these characteristics- allowing a framework for each wine to develop and evolve in bottle to provide a wine with complexity and interest.

Winery Contact Details Paul Tutton 376 Ram Paddock Road, Amberley RD 2, North Canterbury, 7482 +64 274 342 683 +64 3 314 8699 paul@waterloowine.co.uk www.waiparawest.com

Agent/Distributor Contact Details Seeking distribution in this market.

List of Wines on Show and Suggested Retail Price Waipara West Sauvignon Blanc Waipara 2013 Alc. 13.5% Vol., RS 3.2 g/L

€ 10.00

Waipara West Sauvignon Blanc Waipara 2012 Alc. 13.5% Vol., RS 4.5 g/L

€ 9.50

Waipara West Riesling Waipara 2007 Alc. 12.5% Vol., RS 2.0 g/L

€ 9.40

Waipara West Riesling Waipara 2012 Alc. 9.0% Vol., RS 41.9 g/L

€ 10.50

Waipara West Chardonnay Waipara 2009 Alc. 14.0% Vol., RS 1.7 g/L

€ 12.00

Waipara West Pinot Noir Waipara 2012 Alc. 14.0% Vol.

€ 18.00

Waipara West Ram Paddock Red Waipara 2012 Alc. 13.5% Vol.

€ 13.00

Waipara West Late Harvest Chardonnay Waipara 2009 Alc. 11% Vol., RS 81 g/L

€ 13.00

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