Our Vision is to be the best supplier of premium bulk wine, private label wine, grapes and juice to local and international markets. We cover all New Zealand’s top wine-producing regions, including Marlborough, Hawke’s Bay, Gisborne, Nelson, Otago, Waipara and Martinborough. For Australia, we source from sub-regions in South Australia, New South Wales and Victoria to match wine buyers with wine sellers.
Wine Network is the leading bulk wine broker in New Zealand specialising in the supply of New Zealand and Australian bulk wines. Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Pinot Gris, Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz, Merlot and Pinot Noir are only some of the varieties we source and supply to national and international markets. We offer contract negotiation, preparation of supply agreements and documentation, market knowledge and bulk shipments.
Wine Network offers clean skin wines (unlabelled) for Private Label opportunities domestically and internationally. Whether you are looking for top-up stock, to fill an immediate SKU requirement or would like to enter into a supply arrangement, we can help out. Our relationships with wineries across New Zealand allow us to offer you quality wines, varieties and styles.
Whether you have surplus grapes to sell or are in the market for additional grapes to purchase; either this vintage or following vintages, then this is the easy way to promote to a target industry and to link buyers and sellers directly. We cover all the primary grape growing regions and varieties.
Whether you have surplus equipment to sell to the industry, or are in the market for buying or selling capsules, cartons, corks, hoses, vineyard posts, wire or anything industry related or contract services, this is the most effective, easy way to link buyers and sellers through our website page.
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