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Award-Winning Winery Appoints New CEO

Media release ; March 25, 2011

Award-Winning Winery Appoints New CEO

The Mud House Wine Group has today announced the appointment of a new CEO for their award-winning New Zealand winery.

MJ Loza brings a significant breadth of experience across the agribusiness sector, including the wine industry, to the Mud House Wine Group. A member of the NZTE USA high-end wine programme, Loza is also on the Board of Pinot Noir 2013.

Mud House Wine Group Director Neil Charles-Jones says Loza brings an exciting mix of leadership and strategic skills, marketing focus, agribusiness experience and passion for the wine industry to Mud House.

$)C“These characteristics make him a great CEO to lead the pursuit of Mud House’s growth strategy and I am confident that our business will continue to flourish under his leadership,” he says.

Loza, who’s most recent role was General Manager at Seresin Estate winery in Marlborough, says he is thrilled to have been appointed as CEO of the Mud House Wine Group.

“Mud House Wine Group is an innovative company that I believe is well on its way to putting its stamp on the international stage,” he says. >

“To be a part of this award-winning New Zealand winery is a real honour and I look forward to working with such a talented and inspirational group of individuals.”

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