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New Central Otago Cellar Door – a first for NZ Wine

Jul 24, 2019 | Press

Cellar Door Progress – Spring Has Sprung

Cellar Door Progress – Spring Has Sprung

Spring has definitely ‘Sprung’ here in Central Otago – the blossoms are out, lambs are bouncing in the green fields and the vineyard is bursting with activity. The vines made it through bud burst without any frost damage and are looking very happy, healthy…

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Grahame Sydney and Brian Turner Book Launch with Paper Plus.
News - 4 November 2020

Good morning everyone, from another magnificent #pinotcentral morning. Join us for an evening with Grahame Sydney and Brian Turner to celebrate the launch of their new book Landmarks on Tuesday 24 November 6:00pm – 8:30pm. Tickets include a glass of wine and Nibbles from Moreish Kitchen on arrival. Proceeds from ticket sales will be donated […]

Press Coverage: Simon via Allied Press
Press - 27 October 2020

Viticulture Desperate for Workers Tuesday, 27 October 2020 By Jared Morgan Domaine-Thomson viticulturist Simon Gourley knows labour issues well, overseeing recruitment on the company’s vineyard at Pisa. It is a family-owned organic wine producer which alongside its vineyards in Central Otago also operates from Burgundy, France. In that family-owned spirit, Mr Gourley’s approach to staffing […]

Organic Week NZ
News - 25 September 2020

We are delighted to be part of the New Zealand Organic Week – fantastic events and coverage of all things good! If you are heading down to see us here in Central Otago, Queenstown or Wanaka, be sure to check out this great article in the NZ Herald – it’s your Organic Winery Tour Guide […]

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Grahame Sydney and Brian Turner Book Launch with Paper Plus.

Good morning everyone, from another magnificent #pinotcentral morning. Join us for an evening with Grahame Sydney and Brian Turner to celebrate the launch of their new book Landmarks on Tuesday 24 November 6:00pm – 8:30pm. Tickets include a glass of wine and Nibbles from Moreish Kitchen on arrival. Proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to Guardians of Lake Dunstan. With connections and intertwined stories spanning over 150 years, this collaboration is one we are delighted to be co-hosting with Aimee and the Paper Plus Team. Be sure to secure your tickets today. Buy Tickets HERE JT...

Press Coverage: Simon via Allied Press

Viticulture Desperate for Workers Tuesday, 27 October 2020 By Jared Morgan Domaine-Thomson viticulturist Simon Gourley knows labour issues well, overseeing recruitment on the company’s vineyard at Pisa. It is a family-owned organic wine producer which alongside its vineyards in Central Otago also operates from Burgundy, France. In that family-owned spirit, Mr Gourley’s approach to staffing follows the same lines — to create an environment to keep people coming back. "We used to use a lot of backpackers but in the past couple of seasons we have had more students from university. "That sort...

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