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2006 Vintage: First Class Internat'l Endorsement

2006 Vintage Wins First Class International Endorsement

Erica Crawford of Kim Crawford Wines confirmed today that "Vintage 2006 has received it's first international endorsement and it's quite literally first class. United Airlines have selected Kim Crawford Sauvignon Blanc 2006 Marlborough for their First Class International wine programme. We are thrilled with this and expect it will be the first of many successes for Marlborough grown sauvignon blanc from 2006. Not just from us but from quality savvy producers across the region." She said.

Kim Crawford won multiple trophies with Marlborough sauvignon blanc last year with the most high profile achievement winning not just the Trophy for Champion Sauvignon Blanc but also for Champion Wine of Show, the first time sauvignon blanc in the competition's history to do so.


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