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Medal and Trophy Winning Wines

DIARY NOTE
November 3, 2003

Medal and Trophy Winning Wines

The three-day intensive judging of more than 1200 wines submitted in the 2003 Air New Zealand Wine Awards has been successfully completed this week.

The next two major announcements for the 2003 Air New Zealand Wine Awards are:

Thursday, November 6

Gold, silver and bronze medal winners

Saturday November 8

Category winners and the supreme Air New Zealand Champion Wine of the Show

The announcement of the trophy winning wines will take place at an awards' presentation dinner, a formal ceremony celebrating the top wines of the 2003 Air New Zealand Wine Awards.

Eighteen category trophies will be awarded as well as the ultimate accolade, the Air New Zealand Champion Wine of the Show. Trophy wines are selected from gold medal winners.

The dinner is an esteemed event and a highlight of the wine industry's calendar. A glamorous black tie affair, the event is a celebration of some of the finest wines in the country and showcases how these trophy winners complement fine New Zealand cuisine.

A display of all medal and trophy winners will be posted on http://www.wineshow.co.nz/ the week commencing November 10.

ENDS

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