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Organic Wine Awards parters with Vintec and Electrolux NZ

New Zealand Organic Wine Awards parters with Vintec and Electrolux NZ


The NZ Organic Wine Awards are proud to welcome Vintec and Electrolux to the NZ Organic Wine Awards as partners for 2018. Vintec (Distributed by Electrolux NZ) are New Zealand’s leading specialist in wine storage and refrigeration solutions. From 30 bottle storage solutions to 4000 bottle walk-in cellars Vintec have a wine storage solution to suit every need.

Vintec will be providing the NZ Organic Wine Awards with a wine fridge for use throughout the awards and tasting season. The fridge will ensure wine is stored adequately prior to the awards commencing, and judged at the optimum temperate.

Vintec will also be the naming sponsor for one of our trophies. (as yet TBC)

This partnership represents the growing maturity of the wine awards as we launcg our fifth annual awards, allowing us to grow the audience of the awards whilst retaining our independence and stance on organic wine. Our strategic partnerships allow us to reduce our operating and administration costs to ensure that we are able to meet our mission to grow the market share of organic wines within NZ and for export.

The 2018 NZ Organic Wine Awards was launched on February 20th. Results will be published on May 2nd. For more information see www.organicwinewards.co.nz or for more information on Vintec visit http://www.vintec.co.nz/


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