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Central Otago Wine Industry no longer a "One Trick Pony"

NEWS RELEASE - 17 September 2014 - for immediate release
Central Otago Wine Industry no longer a "One Trick Pony"

As we have come to expect, Central Otago wines dominated the medals for pinot noir at the 2014 New Zealand International Wine Show, taking out 10 of the 15 Gold Medals awarded. But what is more interesting about the results of this show is that Central Otago wines won medals in a total of 10 different wine categories - Methode Traditionelle, Riesling, Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Gris, Gewürztraminer, Chardonnay, Dessert Wine, Rose, Pinot Noir, and Syrah.

Now in its tenth year, The New Zealand International Wine Show is firmly established as the largest wine competition held in New Zealand each year. The 2014 New Zealand International Wine Show was judged from 8th to 10th September in Auckland and attracted a total of 2130 entries. Trophies will be awarded at the Awards Dinner on 27 September.

Central Otago wines were awarded a total of 102 medals including 13 Gold Medals, 38 Silver Medals, and 51 Bronze Medals.

The full list of medals awarded to Central Otago wines is as follows:

Gold Medals
2012 Akarua Central Otago Pinot Noir
2013 Akarua Central Otago Pinot Noir
2013 Freeland Central Otago Pinot Noir
2013 Maude Central Otago Pinot Noir
2013 Mondillo Central Otago Pinot Noir
2013 Mud House Central Otago Pinot Noir
2013 Mud House Single Vineyard Claim 431 Central Otago Pinot Noir
2013 Rockburn Central Otago Pinot Noir
2013 Soho McQueen Central Otago Pinot Noir
2013 Super Nanny Central Otago Pinot Noir
2013 Terra Sancta Riverblock Central Otago Chardonnay
2014 Gibbston Valley Central Otago Rose
2010 Akarua Vintage Brut Central Otago Methode Traditionelle
Silver Medals
2010 8 Ranges Barrel Selection Pinot Noir
2013 Akarua ‘Rua’ Pinot Noir
2013 alex gold Pinot Noir
2013 Anthem ‘Ascend’ Pinot Noir
2013 Devil’s Staircase Pinot Noir
2013 Gibbston Valley Pinot Noir
2013 Gibbston Valley Reserve Pinot Noir
2013 Greylands Ridge Pinot Noir
2011 Hawkshead First Vines Pinot Noir
2013 Huntaway Reserve Central Otago Pinot Noir
2013 Kingsmill Tippets Dam Pinot Noir
2013 Lowburn Ferry Home Block Pinot Noir
2011 Maori Point Pinot Noir
2013 Matua Lands and Legends Central Otago Pinot Noir
2012 Matua Single Vineyard Lowburn Pinot Noir
2013 Nanny Goat Pinot Noir
2013 Rocky Point Pinot Noir
2013 Squealing Pig Pinot Noir
2012 Tatty Bogler Pinot Noir
2012 Terra Sancta Estate Pinot Noir
2013 The Remarkables Pinot Noir
2012 Thornbury Central Otago Pinot Noir
2013 Wooing Tree Beetlejuice Pinot Noir
2012 Wooing Tree Pinot Noir
2013 The Aurora Vineyard Bendigo Syrah
2014 Anthem Central Otago Sauvignon Blanc
2012 Domain Road ‘The Water Race’Dry Riesling
2012 Ceres Composition Pinot Gris
2014 Maude Pinot Gris
2011 Pick and Shovel Pinot Gris
2013 Terra Sancta Lola’s Block Pinot Gris
2013 Akarua Alchemy Ice
2014 Wooing Tree ‘Tickled Pink’
nv Quartz Reef Brut Methode Traditionelle
2014 Domain Road Rose
2014 Tatty Bogler Rose
2014 Terra Sancta Estate Rose
2014 Wooing Tree ‘Blondie’
Bronze Medals
2012 8 Ranges Pinot Noir
2012 Aravin Pinot Noir
2013 Aspiring Flats Pinot Noir
2012 Ballasalla Pinot Noir
2009 Bannock Brae Barrel Selection Pinot Noir
2012 Black Grape Society Central Otago Pinot Noir
2013 Black Grape Society Central Otago Pinot Noir
2012 Ceres Composition Pinot Noir
2013 Charcoal Gully Sally’s Pinch Pinot Noir
2011 Davishon Pinot Noir
2012 Davishon Pinot Noir
2012 Domain Road Vineyard Pinot Noir
2012 Grasshopper Rock Pinot Noir
2012 Hawkdun Rise Pinot Noir
2011 Hawkdun Rise Pinot Noir
2012 Invivo Central Otago Pinot Noir
2013 Lowburn Ferry Skeleton Creek Pinot Noir
2012 Maori Point Pinot Noir
2013 Rock ‘n’ Pillar Pinot Noir
2012 Rock ‘n’ Pillar Pinot Noir
2012 Rockburn Pinot Noir
2012 Rocky Point Pinot Noir
2013 Supper Club Central Otago Pinot Noir
2013 Thornbury Central Otago Pinot Noir
2012 Tiki Koro Pinot Noir
2013 Toi Toi Central Otago Pinot Noir
2012 Two Degrees Pinot Noir
2011 Wooing Tree Pinot Noir
2013 Nanny Goat Vineyard Chardonnay
2011 Rockburn Chardonnay
2013 Wooing Tree Chardonnay
2013 Domain Road Sauvignon Blanc
2014 Aspiring Flats Riesling
2013 Domain Road ‘Duffers Creek’ Riesling
2014 Maude Mt Maude Vineyard Dry Riesling
2014 Maude Mt Maude Vineyard East Block Riesling
2013 Charcoal Gully Sally’s Pinch Gewurztraminer
2014 alex gold Pinot Gris
2014 Devil’s Staircase Pinot Gris
2013 Domain Road Vineyard Pinot Gris
2014 Freeland Central Otago Pinot Gris
2013 Hawkshead Pnot Gris
2014 Maori Point Pinot Gris
2012 Tatty Bogler Pinot Gris
nv Akarua Brut Methode Traditionelle
nv Akarua Rose Brut Methode Traditionelle
2009 Quartz Reef Methode Traditionelle
nv Quartz Reef Rose Brut Methode Traditionelle
2014 8 Ranges ‘Tussock Ridge’ Rose
2014 TOSQ Rose
2014 Wooing Tree Rose

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