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Hãhã Wine partners with Negociants Australia


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Hãhã Wine partners with Negociants Australia

Negociants Australia and Hãhã Wine, produced by Fern Ridge Wines Ltd, are pleased to announce an agreement between the two companies that will see Negociants Australia distribute Hãhã Wines exclusively in Australia.

Hãhã 2012 Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc and Hãhã Marlborough 2011 Pinot Noir will be available from Negociants Australia from the 1st of February 2013.

Ash Ireland, General Manager for Fern Ridge Wines has said “We are very excited to be working with such a dynamic and energetic team, and we look forward to Hãhã wines being enjoyed right across Australia”.

Hãhã Wine, one of New Zealand’s hottest new wines, is no joke and has been receiving seriously good reviews from commentators around the world:

Decanter Magazine UK January 2013 Issue – “Highly Recommended” with 90+ points Hãhã 2010 Marlborough Pinot Noir.

Winestate Magazine’s Wine Annual January 2013 issue selected Hãhã 2010 Marlborough Pinot Noir and Hãhã 2011 Sauvignon Blanc as, “Best Value Wines in Australia and New Zealand for the year 2012”.

Advintage Wines Leading NZ retailer, “It’s ironic that we think a wine called Hãhã should be taken so seriously, but quality retailers New Zealand wide are supporting this brand. And you should too”.

Negociants Australia General Manager, Adam O’Neill said, “The addition of Hãhã Wine to the NA portfolio highlights our commitment to the representation of innovative, exciting wines that are representative of place and provide excellent value to restaurateurs and independent retailers alike.

We are looking forward to working closely with Ash and the team at Fern Ridge on a successful Australian launch.”

ENDS

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