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National Final - Bayer Young Viticulturist of the Year 2017

Starts: Tuesday 29 August 2017
Ends: Tuesday 29 August 2017  
Type: Competition
City: Marlborough
Country: New Zealand

The Bayer Young Viticulturist of the Year competition culminates in the national final to be held alongside the Romeo Bragato Conference - the wineer is announced after speeches at the Bragato Wine Awards Dinner.

The competition consists of a mix of theoretical and practical questions such as trellising, pruning, pests & diseases, machinery and nutrition as well as the contestants having to give a dinner speech in front of key industry leaders. A highlight of the competition is the Biostart Hortisports when the contestants go head to head in this fun yet challenging race.   Everyone is welcome to come along and support throughout the competition.

 here are cash prizes for regional winners and the National winner takes home an amazing prize package which includes a Hyundai Santa Fe Elite for one year, $5000 travel grant, $2000 cash


To find out more about the competition or to receive an entry form for yourself or employee please contact: 

Nicky Grandorge, National Coordinator,  021 780948


Contact: Nicky Grandorge AIWS | National Co-Ordinator | Young Viticulturist of the Year
P: +64 (0)21 780948 | DDI (0)9 3065648
Organiser: Nicky Grandorge
Click here to email the organisers

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