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NEW ZEALAND: Gewurztraminer 2000, supermarket favourite is launched in New Zealand

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Longridge of Hawkes Bay Gewurztraminer 2000 went on sale at the beginning of October, and with a retail price of NZ$14.95 the company is expecting the wine to dominate supermarket sales.


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