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Waipara Hills Wine Estate joins Unlisted

Waipara Hills Wine Estate joins Unlisted

Waipara Hills Wine Estate Ltd today became the fourth quoted Unlisted Issuer. Its ordinary shares are now available for trading on Unlisted and its convertible preference shares will be available shortly.

Waipara Hills’ Chief Executive Officer Lew Stribling says, “For our shareholders Unlisted offers easy access to information such as share price and company announcements, and a simple way to trade their shares. Participation in Unlisted also provides Waipara Hills with the opportunity to raise its profile amongst potential investors both in New Zealand and overseas.”

Waipara Hills Wine Estate Ltd was established in September 2001 by a group of Canterbury business people to produce premium wines for the domestic and international market. The same year Waipara Hills completed an initial public offer, which raised $2,937,500. Subsequently the Company has produced many premium award-winning wines, and gained national and international recognition as a producer of top quality New Zealand wines.

Waipara Hills wines are exported to the UK, USA, Australia and Canada, and have won Gold medals in New Zealand and international wine competitions.

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