Practical advice for Vineyards and Wineries

16 Nov 2020

All of New Zealand is now at Alert Level 1.

Alert Level 1

While many restrictions are lifted at Alert Level 1, a few still apply. For example, businesses are still required to display QR Codes. These are discussed in the new combined guidance for Alert Levels 1 and 2 below.
From Thursday 19 November, the Government has advised that face coverings will become compulsory in a number of settings, including on domestic flights, and on public transport in Auckland. The guidance below will be updated once the wording of the new legal requirements has been confirmed.
 MPI has also provided an information page for COVID-19 and the primary sector - you can access it here

The best source of up to date information is the COVID-19 Government website - here

What do the Alert Levels look like for NZ Winegrowers? 

NZW has prepared a helpful table on what each of the Alert Levels look like for NZ winegrowers. You can see a summary below, and a link to this document here. 
What do the Alert Levels mean for Winegrowers - Update 6 October 2020
What Do The Alert Levels Mean For Winegrowers Update 19 OCT20

What do the Alert Levels mean for Winegrowers?

Guidance for operating at Alert Levels 1 and 2

Guidance for operating at Alert Level 2, 3 and 4 - Archived

NZW prepared guidance to assist winegrowers operating their businesses under Alert Level 3 and 4  you can find this information below. This may be reinstated if the Alert Level guidance changes.  

Best Practice Guides

We’re all going through a very odd time and we’re in it together, so keep up the communication. Share information about your situation and good practices with staff, colleagues and neighbouring businesses.

If you have other suggestions you want to share, or questions please let us know: virusresponse@nzwine.com.

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