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The Artisan Winegrowers of Central Otago


The Artisan Winegrowers of Central Otago

In a more that signals the changing and evolving climate of the New Zealand wine industry, six modest growers from Central Otago - the eponymous "Artisans" - have banded together and formed their own group under a unified flag. The Artisan Winegrowers of Central Otago (AWCO) comprise Auburn Wines, Ellero, Georgetown Vineyard, Lindis River, Lowburn Ferry and TOSQ More>>

Click here to read the full release: AWCO_Press_Release.pdf

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