WineWorks is classed as an essential service provider and will continue to provide our bottling and distribution services to our clients, albeit under the restrictions that come with Level 4 in Auckland and Level 2... Read more
At WineWorks we are accepting the challenge to automate. This helps to keep our cost of service to the industry down, reduces the current challenges of finding labour and keeps our production lines working. That’s... Read more
Every year, WineWorks holds a Sweepstake for guessing the number of tons harvested in the coming vintage. This year we saw a record number of entrants, who were keen to predict just how much more we would harvest... Read more
WineWorks Marlborough was profiled on Seven Sharp on Wednesday night, as part of a story about the 2021 wine harvest. Damien Gillman, WineWorks Marlborough General Manager, talks about the low harvest volume which... Read more
We are proud to share with you that WineWorks is now a certified Toitū carbonzero business.
For the last 18 months we have focused on how our business minimises its impact on climate change, whilst benefiting our... Read more
WineWorks have just taken another step on their journey to reduce their impact on the planet.
Following many years focused on reduction of waste to landfill, water usage and energy consumption - we are now... Read more
The record-breaking HB Wine Auction took place this year on Saturday 28th November, and was held at Hawkes Bay's newly-opened Toi Toi – HB Arts & Events Centre, it was a fantastic re-entry to post-Covid life, and... Read more
WineWorks has today achieved the measurement and the beginning of our audited carbon reduction journey. Although we have been setting sustainability targets for a long time, we wanted to contribute something... Read more
We’ve all become conditioned to expect instantaneous service, with lockdown encouraging us to source our usual supplies online, be it via Amazon, Ezibuy or your own wine club. Alongside this is client expectation... Read more
If there’s one thing that the last few months have taught us, its that we need to have a plan B to get our products packaged and to shipping destinations such as Tauranga and Nelson ports, and the distribution... Read more