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Duck Ravioli by Aosta’s Ben Bayley

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Pioneers in the 1980's such as Alan Brady at Gibbston, Vernon & Sue Burgess at Alexandra and Rolf & Lois Mills in Wanaka, had defied all nay-sayers by producing serious wines under the most challenging circumstances and this activated a surge of enthusiasm and investment in the industry over the next two decades.

Scientific temperature data that had been collated by engineers that were building the nearby Clyde dam in the 1980's identified Bannockburn in particular as possessing seasonal temperatures and weather characteristics that were akin to Burgundy. The Skeggs family had a long association with Central Otago after holidaying there since the 1970's and in the mid 1990's. Sir Clifford Skeggs was in the first cluster of people to commit to this region on a large scale and therefore managed to secure one of the finest elevated North facing sites in Bannockburn.

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