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Here you will find all of our previous News articles that have been posted on the website.
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.
The next meeting of the Young Growers group will be a trip to the NIWA research station at Lauder. Dan has just returned from a research trip to Antarctica and will demonstrate the instruments they use to measure all sorts of weather data.
Please join us for the final event of the Organic Focus Vineyard Project.
This is the first in a series of talks on Central Otago vineyard soils, how to manage them and their relationship to wine flavours.
Dr Matthew Goddard from Auckland University will be in Cromwell on Friday 11 July to talk about the diversity of fungi associated with vineyards and spontaneous ferments in NZ, describe their distributions and what drives the patterns we see.
It's time to take the night off and come along to the Farmlands "End of Harvest" BBQ!
Join us on Tuesday 28 January at Rippon Hall for this once in a lifetime opportunity to listen to and share our craft with Aubert de Villaine one of the world's most respected winegrowers.
The first wine tasting for 2014 hosted by Antony Worch, focuses on Syrah from the Rhone Valley.
Central Otago winegrowers are encouraging the government to support a nomination by an influential group of French winegrowers from Burgundy to list their region as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Join us for the COWA Christmas BBQ on Friday 20 December. Entertainment for the kids including a visit from the 'Big man in red!', Northburn Merino on the spit, great company and of course fantastic wine, see you all there!