Wine Institute of New Zealand

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The Wine Institute of New Zealand Inc, established in 1975, represents the interests of its 529 member wineries in New Zealand.

The Institute collaborates closely with the New Zealand Grape Growers Council, established in 2002, which represents the interests of the country's independent grape growers.

A joint venture body, New Zealand Winegrowers, was established on 1 March 2002 by the Institute and the Council to represent, research and promote the interests of New Zealand grape growers and winemakers.

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