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Gisborne Pinot Gris grapes for sale

Estimated 30T available from Lyndhurst Vineyard Ltd. District: Opou Road, Gisborne
Export spray programme.
Sustainable Winegrowing NZ Recognised Vineyard.
Vineyard Access/Inspection available.

A stringent spray program has been followed, making grapes compliant for all export markets. The 13.6 ha vineyard has been maintained to a particularly high standard for 35 years. The owners are focussed on supplying high-quality fruit and wish to enter into a contractual relationship with a reputable wine company, whereby both parties benefit from the commitment and goodwill required.
Contact Details
Lyndhurst Vineyard Ltd
Contact Name: Peter Jex-Blake
Phone: 0274888815

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