1st December 2020 By Staff Reporter | firstname.lastname@example.org | @foodtickernz
Carrick vineyard in Central Otago is on the market, put up for sale by its receivers Andrew McKay and Andrew Bethell of BDO.
Over the weekend it was revealed that the vertically-integrated organic winery operation’s sole director, Elizabeth Zhong, had died and police had launched a homicide investigation.
Carrick’s full winery plant, cellar door tasting room, and restaurant in Bannockburn sits on around 34.2 hectares of land and grows organic pinot noir, pinot gris, pinot blanc, chardonnay, riesling and sauvignon blanc varietals.
An average of 145 tonnes of organic grapes per season are picked by Carrick Wines from 24.2 hectares of vines.
Bayleys Real Estate is advising on the tender sale, which closes on December 11.
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