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New Zealand Prime Minister opens Brancott Estate Heritage Centre

07/11/2012

The new Brancott Estate Heritage Centre in Marlborough was officially opened by Prime Minister Rt Hon John Key in 2011.

New Zealand Prime Minister opens Brancott Estate Heritage Centre

The building, which sits on an elevated site overlooking the historic Brancott Vineyard where Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc was first planted, has already become a key attraction within the region for both domestic and international visitors.

Fabian Partigliani, Managing Director for Pernod Ricard New Zealand, said “The Brancott Estate Heritage Centre epitomises the very best of what the Marlborough region and New Zealand has to offer in its leading edge design, whilst maintaining the integrity of the natural landscape”.

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