Sacred Hill Win on Sacred Turf

Sacred Hill’s 2001 Barrel Fermented Chardonnay became the first NZ wine to win gold at the prestigious Chardonnay du Monde competition in Burgundy, France. Sacred Hill marketing manager Duncan Elliott: “This is like winning the French equivalent of the ‘America’s Cup.’ Not only are you competing on the ‘Holy Grail’ of Chardonnay’s home turf, you are competing with Chardonnay from around the globe, making the competition even tougher.”


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Sandra Nunnerley Launches Sculptural Corian Tables

Sandra Nunnerley Launches Sculptural Corian Tables

What happens when you shape Corian, a material best known for kitchen and bathroom applications, into modern furniture? Something arrestingly beautiful – more indicative of museum-grade sculpture than a mere functional…