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Terrace Heights Estate Wines Win Gold

2 March 2005

Terrace Heights Estate Wines Win Gold

Terrace Heights Estate Pinot Noir 03 and Murray’s Barn Sauvignon Blanc 04

Win Gold At The Royal Easter Show Wine Awards 2005

Pinot Noir 2003 and Murray’s Barn Marlborough STerrace Heights Estate has scooped not one but two gold medals at this year’s Royal Easter Show Wine Awards for THE auvignon Blanc 2004.

The Gold medals are a fabulous result for Terrace Heights Estate, a recent newcomer to the wine industry, and follows their success in 2003, when they won the Royal Easter Show Gold Medal and Champion Sauvignon Blanc Trophy for their THE Sauvignon Blanc 2002.

The Gold medal for the Murray’s Barn Sauvignon Blanc 2004 is made even sweeter by the fact it is an extremely high quality, single vineyard wine retailing from just $12.95 per bottle.

“We are blown away with these gold medals and just delighted the judges have recognized the high quality of our wines.” Steve Hammond, Co-director, Terrace Heights Estate, Marlborough.


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