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Here you will find all of our previous News articles that have been posted on the website.
COWA & COPNL have developed an enviable reputation in the wine world and wish to appoint a part-time General Manager to take the region to another level.
With our annual Feraud Dinner coming up on Saturday 18 July we'd be grateful if members might dip into your cellars to donate a few bottles of wine for this years dinner.
The Bayer Young Viticulturist Central Otago Regional Competition will be held on Friday 17 & Saturday 18 July. If you are 30 years of younger you could be this years Bayer Young Viticulturist of the Year.
COWA is pleased to be accepting applications for the 2015 Central Otago Burgundy Exchange. This is an excellent opportunity for anyone studying viticulture or oenology and/or working in the wine industry. Applications close Monday 29 June.
This month the Central Otago Young Growers Group have organised a session with Ben from Irrigation Services on Thursday 18 June
Ever dreamed of spending long days in the fresh air, working amoungst the breath-taking landscapes of Central Otago? Ever fancied making your own wine? Are you a wine lover who could share your passion with others? Come along on Thursday and find out if a career in the wine industry is for you.
Austrian Riedel Crystal, widely recognised as the world’s leading wine glass producer, has unveiled a striking stemmed glass designed specifically to emphasise the attributes of Central Otago Pinot Noir.
The inagural Young Winemaker of the Year Competition is being held at the end of July. Head along to the Golden Gate Lodge on Wednesday 27 May if you are keen to find out more about how you can take part.
Lakewood Products is holding a field day at Domaine Rewa Vineyard on Tuesday 19 May. Head along to view and use the four Pro-Pruners Ken has designed and see and use the Arvipo, Spanish designed electronic pruner.
Central Otago currently has over 440 Vanuatuan seasonal workers here. A large proportion of the workers come from outer islands in the low lying archipelago and they have had no communication from their families or communities following the devastating Cyclone Pam. Please read on to find out how you can help them and their communities.