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Amisfield Wine Company Wins Prestigious Award

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Amisfield Wine Company Wins Prestigious Best Winery Restaurant Award

10 August 2007

Amisfield Winery and Bistro has been awarded New Zealand’s Best Winery Restaurant in the 2007 Cuisine Restaurant of the Year Awards.

This is the second year running Amisfield Bistro at Lake Hayes in Queenstown has won the coveted award which reflects the quality standards of the casual yet sophisticated establishment. Continuing the principles of Amisfield’s winemaking philosophy, ‘Grown Not Made’, the country style bistro provides a daily changing menu of organic and locally sourced produce.

Celebrated Queenstown chef Joff Bertram was recently appointed as executive chef at Amisfield Bistro which opened in 2005.

General Manager Fleur Caulton says that this award is testament to efforts of the company as a whole. Winning the award for the second year running affirms our commitment to the company principle of consistently high standards.

Amisfield Wine Company is a small specialist producer of Pinot Noir, aromatic whites and Methode Traditionelle wines, made with grapes sourced from their Amisfield vineyard in Lowburn, Central Otago.


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