New Zealand Winemakers Center

+64-9-379-5858 P.O. Box 51570
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The New Zealand Winemakers Centre opened in November 1999. It remains a 100% New Zealand privately owned company, the centre boasts the largest, 100 % PURE New Zealand wine selection to be found anywhere! Wine enthusiasts enjoy the opportunity to taste and discover rare N.Z. wine gems while gaining insight into the development, features and achievements of the New Zealand wine industry. A comprehensive International and N.Z. delivery service allows customers to purchase with the peace of mind that their wine will be delivered with ease. A 'tax free' purchase service is also available. The Jakicevich family own and run the centre and have been Wine Retailers in New Zealand for over 60 years. The extensive relationships and connections within the Wine Industry ensure good allocations of New Zealand 's finest wines at competitive prices.

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