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Craggy Range Named in Global Top 100 Wineries

Craggy Range Named in Global Top 100 Wineries

Craggy Range has been named in the 31st annual Wine & Spirits magazine best 100 wineries from around the world. The list honors wines that delivered the best overall performances in Wine & Spirits magazine tastings throughout the year.

Craggy Range is the only New Zealand winery to make the 2017 list, joining iconic producers from around the globe, such as Domaine Zind-Humbrecht, Duckhorn, Champalou, Louis Roederer, Henri Bouillot, Bergstrom, Stags Leap, Krug, Louis Jadot, Ridge, and Penfolds.

Craggy Range Chief Winemaker, Matt Stafford commented: “when individual wines receive accolades we are flattered. When our entire collection of wines is rewarded, we feel an immense amount of pride. It only strengthens our drive to be consistently considered one of the world’s best.”

Wine & Spirits is one of the most influential publications in the US, read by over 200,000 members of America’s wine community and reviews over 13,000 wines each year.


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