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GrabOne Pops the Cork on a Partnership with Glengarry

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22 OCTOBER 2013

GrabOne Pops the Cork on a Partnership with Glengarry

More than one million bottles of wine have been sold through GrabOne Bottle since its launch in 2010 – that’s a lot of clinking glasses. GrabOne has now signed a deal with Glengarry to provide a wide range of brands from the everyday to premium at affordable prices to New Zealand wine lovers.

Launching today with more than 20 top wines including Mt Difficulty Roaring Meg Pinot Noir for only $22.99 a bottle, the new partnership brings together the most competitive prices for top quality, hand-selected wines, with fast distribution to boot.

Glengarry is New Zealand’s largest family-owned wine retailer with 17 stores throughout the country and a 68-year retail heritage providing some of New Zealand’s, and the world’s, best wine, spirit, beer and cider brands.

The partnership allows Glengarry to extend its reach while continuing to provide high-end wines for customers. There will be 2-3 new Glengarry products available to Grabbies each day.

GrabOne acts as the technology provider and marketing agent, while all distribution is handled by Glengarry.

Liz Wheadon, Glengarry General Manager, says; “After 68 years in the wine business we were keen to explore new markets and ways of distribution. GrabOne was a natural fit and we are so pleased to be able to offer our ever-evolving collection of fine wines to wine enthusiasts at best value prices.”

“GrabOne Bottle has been an enormous success, with over a million bottles sold to date,” adds GrabOne Marketing Director, James Kemp.

“We’re thrilled to now be able to extend the offering of top quality Kiwi and international wines to wine lovers through the new partnership with Glengarry, just in time for Christmas. Their service is second to none and we have every confidence it will be a huge success.”

Today’s star Glengarry deal, along with an evolving daily selection of up to 20 premium wines, is available now at


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