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Pisa Range Wins Again in Singapore

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Pisa Range Wins Again in Singapore

For the third consecutive year Pisa Range Estate has been recognised for its pinot noir at Wine Style Asia – a major international wine competition attracting wine producers from the around the world.

The 2005 Pisa Range Estate “Black Poplar Block” Pinot Noir has been awarded a Silver Medal at the 2006 Wine Style Asia Awards (3rd Edition) held in Singapore. Gold was awarded in 2004 for the 2003 Pisa Range Estate “Black Poplar Block” Pinot Noir followed by Silver in 2005, for the 2004 Pisa Range Estate “Black Poplar Block” Pinot Noir.

Jenny Hawker, owner and marketing manager says the judging criteria focuses on selecting wines to match fine foods.

“This win is very exciting as we aim to make a fine wine to be savoured with fine food and feel we are now achieving that,” says Jenny Hawker, owner and marketing manager.

Judges are made up of Asian wine sommeliers, key wine purchasers and wine educators as well as a panel of international judges.

This news comes at a time when Pisa Range Estate pinot noir (Gold Best In Class) is being showcased at a Banquet in London for the 2006 International Wine & Spirit Competition winners.

“It has been a hectic week but it is encouraging to receive these international endorsements for our wine” she says.

ENDS

www.pisarangeestate.co.nz

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