Known Unknown Vintage 2021

By Jules van Costello

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Known Unknown Vintage 2021

Project 2021-02-22 16:50:05 +1300

Our story so far
We started Te Aro Wine three years ago with a mission… to make fun wine, not fine wine. And we’re super proud of what we’ve achieved so far. This said, 2020 was a challenging year… especially for a business that is both a hospitality business AND one that sells wine to other hospitality businesses. Leading up to the 2021 vintage we’ve had to make some big decisions around the future of the winery, and one of those is to move our production out of Wellington. In 2021 we’re going to be making wine and cider headquartered in Taranaki. Since we’re no longer going to be Wellington-based we need a new name… so Te Aro Wine is now KNOWN UNKNOWN.

We super excited about our new brand – check out some of our labels for wines that will be available very soon!

The future is known… but unknown…
We still want to make delicious, organically grown, naturally-made wine at approachable price points. Vintage kicks off next week (or is already going ahead full steam depending on when you read this…) and we are scaling up production this year. That’s where you come in! We’re looking to raise $5000 to fund additional organic grapes to make even more wine than we ever have before!

Get awesome rewards by supporting us!
We’ve put together an amazing range of rewards including exclusive experiences, current and future wines and an exclusive supporters-only Syrah Magnum! If you back our Pledge Me, you’ll get an invitation to one of our wine release parties in New Plymouth, Wellington and Auckland held in February and September. Check out the rewards section to find out what you can get by supporting us!

On top of that, if you pledge over $100, you get 10% off all Known Unknown orders for a year (online only until our new Wine Room opens in New Plymouth in October), your name on the supporter's wall, a tote bag, and the option to buy additional Supporters Magnums up to a total of 100 magnums.

Join us on our exciting wine-making journey!

Stretch Goals: Known Unknown Ciders
Because we hit our goal so quickly, we're unlocking stretch goals and it's all about cider! Now, if we get to $10,000, all Pledge Me supporters who have pledged over $50 will also get a voucher for a free cider or wine when our wine room opens in late 2021.

We've always planned to make cider at Known Unknown so if we hit our stretch goals we will be able to fast track these two new products!
 
We're gonna be making two ciders: 
West Cider - A traditional, dry cider made from cider apples and other heritage apples from around Taranaki. This will be boozy and be bottled in 750ml bottles.
 
East Cider - A lighter, fresh crispy cider made from organic apples from Hawkes Bay. This will be around 5% and bottled in 330ml bottles and on tap from our wine room.
 

Licence No: 49D/ON/31/2020. By ordering any of these rewards you declare that you are 18 years or over. Please note, proof of ID will be required before despatching any rewards with alcohol. All rewards include shipping where applicable.  

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A spanner in the works...

25/03/2021 at 10:32 AM

Kia ora tātou!

 

Thank you for all your support this week and for our PledgeMe! We are really excited about the wines we are making this vintage – thank you for your help in making it all happen so far!

 

For those that don’t know, Jules was involved in a serious car accident on SH1 on Tuesday afternoon which has changed our plans for vintage somewhat. We only had one last parcel of grapes left to pick this vintage, Syrah from Hawkes Bay. Thankfully, we’ve been able to team up with the grower and winemaker Pieter Koopman who is going to ferment the wines in Hawkes Bay for us in the next few days. At some stage in April we’ll have them transferred to the winery and finished here in New Plymouth.

 

All of this adds some significant costs to our production so getting the PledgeMe over $15,000 is now more important than ever! Please tell everyone you know about our little project so we can keep moving. In other news we’ve postponed the final Wellington event for obvious reasons. We are planning on something in late April or May to say Haere rā to the Windy City!

 

Thank you so much for all the support we have received so far. It’s been a tough week but we are thrilled with how the wines are tasting. Please get the word out about our PledgeMe so we can still make Known Unknown’s first vintage a success.

 

Lauren and Jules

Vintage Update #3

21/03/2021 at 6:01 PM

Kia ora folks,
 
We've cracked our $10k stretch goal!!!
Thank you to each and every one of you who pledged to make this happen. As promised, every pledger over $50 will now get a wine or a cider on us when we open our wine room later this year! We will use what we have raised so far to buy an extra ton of organic Hawkes Bay Syrah and Marlborough Riesling to make Pet Nat.
 
What do you do when you hit a stretch goal? Make an even bigger stretch goal!!
We think we can hit $15,000 with our PledgeMe, so if we hit that stretch goal, we are gonna have a HUGE party in New Plymouth at the new Known Unknown winery, hosted by us and the team from the new State Bistro (coming soon to the Gover Street event space). So you know what to do! Tell all of the wine lovers in your life about Known Unknown and our PledgeMe! It will be great to hit $15k and have a party to celebrate (and you're all invited)!
 
What's happening in the winery this week
Vintage Helpers
A massive thank you to all of our new vintage helpers this year: Mark, Kate et al, Joel and especially Peter who has been there to help whenever we needed it. THANK YOU.
 
If you live in New Plymouth and want to be part of it, email [email protected] and we'll add you to our winery facebook chat group to give you a heads up when we are going to be stomping/crushing/racking/pressing next.
 
 
West Cider
Yesterday we pressed about 120kg of amazing cider apples and heritage apples (and a few pears) picked in Urenui for West Cider. This is going to be a wild, funky, higher-alcohol traditionally made cider to accompany our more approachable style East Cider which will be made with organic apple juice.
 
 
Gamay
Today we pressed the first of the Gamay ferments (a whole bunch ferment) which means the first of the wines that have finished fermentation and have gone into barrel to sleep for winter. This fruit is from Lucknow Estate in Maraekakaho) and is tasting amazing. Thankfully due to some warm and dry months, all our fruit so far has been amazing quality.
 
 
Bubbles bubbles bubbles
Jules is off to Wellington tomorrow to bottle the last of the wine made in Wellington... in this case it's bubbles! We had excess Sauvignon Blanc in 2019 which has been happily ageing in tank and we're bottling it with a dosage of Pinot Gris to re-ferment. It should be ready to go on sale in 4-6 weeks. It no longer resembles a pet nat but nor is it a methode traditonelle style... in reality it's a hybrid of the two... but whatever it is, we think it's gonna be good!
 
Goodbye Te Aro Wine
Finally, if you're in Wellington on Saturday night (27th March) please join us for The Last (Te Aro Wine) Vintage Party on Earth... tickets are $25 and include food, your first drink and entertainment. If you're around, come help us say goodbye to Wellington in style!
 
PledgeMe campaign - 6 days left
There is less than a week to go so share, share, share! Help us get this PledgeMe to $15,000 so we can put on an awesome party at Known Unknown for you awesome people!
 
Thanks!
Lauren and Jules

Vintage Update #2

15/03/2021 at 5:45 PM

PledgeMe Update
First off, huge thanks again for all your support! We're currently at $9,328 - almost twice our initial target! We’re only $672 short of our stretch goal of $10,000 where y'all get a wine or cider on us if you've pledged $50 or more.

Special thanks to Gatherer Whole Foods and Moiety who have both chipped in $1500 to have their very own Known Unknown wine made for their restaurants this year. This reward also makes an awesome unique corporate gift – please spread the word if you know of any real estate agents here in New Plymouth who want something really special to give their clients.

Party Time
At the end of the month we're gonna be saying goodbye to Te Aro Wine and we're going out with a bang hosting the Last (Te Aro Wine) Vintage Party on Earth in Wellington. Tickets are $25 and include food, wine, music from DJ Apa Hutt so if you're free (and in Wellington) join us or invite yor mates on facebook!

Gamay All Day
Yesterday Jules drove round trip to Hawkes Bay to pick up 1 tonne of Gamay grapes from Lucknow Estate for our next lot of wines. For those that don't know, Gamay is one of our favourite varieties and is native to Beaujoalis where it makes juicy, light, fresh, smashable reds. YUM! Known Unknown is going to be one of only a small number of producers in Aotearoa New Zealand making wine with this amazing variety in 2021.

We're making three different wines to blend together and ultimately produce our Gamay that will be released later this year:

-A traditional carbonic ferment where we cover whole grapes with carbon dioxide (syphoned off another ferment) which should give the grapes thier classic juicy, fruity, lifted notes.
-We've also destemmed 250kg into one of our egg fermenters to give the wine some backbone and structure... this will probably macerate for at least three months.
-One bin of whole bunch, foot-stomped goodness.

What’s happening next?
Vintage is far from over for us - Jules is off to Hawkes Bay again today(!) to pick up some Pinot Gris that is being picked on Tuesday. We'll be using the Pinot Gris to make a pretty classic, dry Grigio style as well as using the juice for pet nat ferments in May and June.

Great to have you along for the ride! Let the wine lover in your life know about our PledgeMe to help us reach our stretch goal and get the word out about New Plymouth’s new urban winery!

Cheers Jules and Lauren

We've hit $5k AND Cider Stretch Goals!

08/03/2021 at 10:46 AM

Thank you for all your support! Our PledgeMe hit $5,000 on Friday afternoon, meaning that our campaign is funded. Huzzah! Supporters have chosen almost all the rewards on offer... including the big guns.
 
Cider Stretch Goals
Because we hit our goal so quickly, we're unlocking stretch goals and it's all about cider! Now, if we get to $10,000, all Pledge Me supporters who have pledged over $50 will also get a voucher for a free cider when our wine room opens in late 2021.
 
We've always planned to make cider at Known Unknown so if we hit our stretch goals we will be able to fast track these two new products!
 
Known Unknown Ciders
We're gonna be making two ciders: 
West Cider - A traditional, dry cider made from cider apples and other heritage apples from around Taranaki. This will be boozy and be bottled in 750ml bottles.
 
 
East Cider - A lighter, fresh crispy cider made from organic apples from Hawkes Bay. This will be around 5% and bottled in 330ml bottles and on tap from our wine room.
 
 
This not only makes us New Plymouth's first urban winery, but the first cider house to boot!
 
We've just dropped two really cool cider rewards so go to bit.ly/KnownUnknownPledgeMe to check them out. Make sure you share it with all your friends - the more the merrier.
 
Thanks again, we are super excited to share this journey with you!
 
Lauren and Jules

Vintage Update #1

04/03/2021 at 10:25 AM

First off, thank you for all your support - we're now at almost 60% of our funding goal after less than a week! That’s incredible, thank you! Please share with any of the wine lovers in your life, especially those in New Plymouth.

Here's a quick vintage update... On Tuesday we managed to pick our first little parcel of fruit, 800kg of stunning Chardonnay from Eskdale, just north of Napier. It was pressed in Hastings (our little press hasn't arrived yet) and we drove the resulting grape juice from Hastings to New Plymouth (the Saddle Road was the most nerve racking). It's now settled away in two of our egg fermenters to make Egg Nat, which is aged on lees and will be bottled with frozen juice later in the year. This year’s Egg Nat is an evolution of this wine – it has been made with Sauvignon Blanc in past years but we think Chardonnay will lend itself better to this more complex style).

We’ll let you know more about our wines as vintage progresses, these are exciting and busy times!

    Pledgers 90

    john grant
    2021-03-29 16:35:08 +1300

    "looking forward to catching up with the all well & healthy staff at the winding up party night "

    Graeme Nicholls
    2021-03-29 13:00:00 +1300
    Nicola White
    2021-03-29 12:05:01 +1300

    "What a harvest Jules!"

    Brendan Amos
    2021-03-28 20:28:19 +1300
    Jessie Holmes
    2021-03-28 16:36:34 +1300
    Anonymous pledger
    2021-03-28 15:43:05 +1300
    Matthew Searle
    2021-03-28 15:25:54 +1300
    Carol Land
    2021-03-28 13:41:12 +1300

    "Sounds like its all worth the effort!"

    Alice Neville
    2021-03-28 13:33:52 +1300
    Jen Wilbanks
    2021-03-28 11:55:50 +1300
    Jen Wilbanks
    2021-03-28 11:54:28 +1300
    Lucy Shum Pearce
    2021-03-28 11:16:42 +1300
    Alison Mitchell
    2021-03-28 10:19:01 +1300

    "❤🍷❤"

    Michael Gill
    2021-03-28 08:17:00 +1300
    Dave Guerin
    2021-03-26 09:56:06 +1300
    Sarah
    2021-03-25 21:10:46 +1300
    Liz Thomas
    2021-03-25 11:48:03 +1300
    John Bartlett
    2021-03-25 11:42:16 +1300

    "Get well soon Jules - Cheers, JB, NZ Wine Directory"

    chenae
    2021-03-25 11:09:38 +1300
    chenae
    2021-03-21 19:31:23 +1300
    Laura Cooper
    2021-03-20 17:54:41 +1300
    Polly Hammond
    2021-03-19 17:05:29 +1300

    "With love."

    Katelyn Costello
    2021-03-19 09:09:34 +1300

    "Look forward to checking out the new place in September hopefully! "

    Sarah
    2021-03-17 22:48:08 +1300
    Sarah
    2021-03-17 22:47:14 +1300
    Anonymous pledger
    2021-03-17 14:43:46 +1300
    Darren McGarvie
    2021-03-17 11:08:36 +1300
    Darren McGarvie
    2021-03-17 11:07:46 +1300
    David
    2021-03-17 11:04:52 +1300
    David
    2021-03-17 11:03:47 +1300

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    Followers of Known Unknown Vintage 2021

    Known Unknown Vintage 2021

    Project 2021-02-22 16:50:05 +1300

    Our story so far
    We started Te Aro Wine three years ago with a mission… to make fun wine, not fine wine. And we’re super proud of what we’ve achieved so far. This said, 2020 was a challenging year… especially for a business that is both a hospitality business AND one that sells wine to other hospitality businesses. Leading up to the 2021 vintage we’ve had to make some big decisions around the future of the winery, and one of those is to move our production out of Wellington. In 2021 we’re going to be making wine and cider headquartered in Taranaki. Since we’re no longer going to be Wellington-based we need a new name… so Te Aro Wine is now KNOWN UNKNOWN.

    We super excited about our new brand – check out some of our labels for wines that will be available very soon!

    The future is known… but unknown…
    We still want to make delicious, organically grown, naturally-made wine at approachable price points. Vintage kicks off next week (or is already going ahead full steam depending on when you read this…) and we are scaling up production this year. That’s where you come in! We’re looking to raise $5000 to fund additional organic grapes to make even more wine than we ever have before!

    Get awesome rewards by supporting us!
    We’ve put together an amazing range of rewards including exclusive experiences, current and future wines and an exclusive supporters-only Syrah Magnum! If you back our Pledge Me, you’ll get an invitation to one of our wine release parties in New Plymouth, Wellington and Auckland held in February and September. Check out the rewards section to find out what you can get by supporting us!

    On top of that, if you pledge over $100, you get 10% off all Known Unknown orders for a year (online only until our new Wine Room opens in New Plymouth in October), your name on the supporter's wall, a tote bag, and the option to buy additional Supporters Magnums up to a total of 100 magnums.

    Join us on our exciting wine-making journey!

    Stretch Goals: Known Unknown Ciders
    Because we hit our goal so quickly, we're unlocking stretch goals and it's all about cider! Now, if we get to $10,000, all Pledge Me supporters who have pledged over $50 will also get a voucher for a free cider or wine when our wine room opens in late 2021.

    We've always planned to make cider at Known Unknown so if we hit our stretch goals we will be able to fast track these two new products!
     
    We're gonna be making two ciders: 
    West Cider - A traditional, dry cider made from cider apples and other heritage apples from around Taranaki. This will be boozy and be bottled in 750ml bottles.
     
    East Cider - A lighter, fresh crispy cider made from organic apples from Hawkes Bay. This will be around 5% and bottled in 330ml bottles and on tap from our wine room.
     

    Licence No: 49D/ON/31/2020. By ordering any of these rewards you declare that you are 18 years or over. Please note, proof of ID will be required before despatching any rewards with alcohol. All rewards include shipping where applicable.  

    Comments

    A spanner in the works...

    25/03/2021 at 10:32 AM

    Kia ora tātou!

     

    Thank you for all your support this week and for our PledgeMe! We are really excited about the wines we are making this vintage – thank you for your help in making it all happen so far!

     

    For those that don’t know, Jules was involved in a serious car accident on SH1 on Tuesday afternoon which has changed our plans for vintage somewhat. We only had one last parcel of grapes left to pick this vintage, Syrah from Hawkes Bay. Thankfully, we’ve been able to team up with the grower and winemaker Pieter Koopman who is going to ferment the wines in Hawkes Bay for us in the next few days. At some stage in April we’ll have them transferred to the winery and finished here in New Plymouth.

     

    All of this adds some significant costs to our production so getting the PledgeMe over $15,000 is now more important than ever! Please tell everyone you know about our little project so we can keep moving. In other news we’ve postponed the final Wellington event for obvious reasons. We are planning on something in late April or May to say Haere rā to the Windy City!

     

    Thank you so much for all the support we have received so far. It’s been a tough week but we are thrilled with how the wines are tasting. Please get the word out about our PledgeMe so we can still make Known Unknown’s first vintage a success.

     

    Lauren and Jules

    Vintage Update #3

    21/03/2021 at 6:01 PM

    Kia ora folks,
     
    We've cracked our $10k stretch goal!!!
    Thank you to each and every one of you who pledged to make this happen. As promised, every pledger over $50 will now get a wine or a cider on us when we open our wine room later this year! We will use what we have raised so far to buy an extra ton of organic Hawkes Bay Syrah and Marlborough Riesling to make Pet Nat.
     
    What do you do when you hit a stretch goal? Make an even bigger stretch goal!!
    We think we can hit $15,000 with our PledgeMe, so if we hit that stretch goal, we are gonna have a HUGE party in New Plymouth at the new Known Unknown winery, hosted by us and the team from the new State Bistro (coming soon to the Gover Street event space). So you know what to do! Tell all of the wine lovers in your life about Known Unknown and our PledgeMe! It will be great to hit $15k and have a party to celebrate (and you're all invited)!
     
    What's happening in the winery this week
    Vintage Helpers
    A massive thank you to all of our new vintage helpers this year: Mark, Kate et al, Joel and especially Peter who has been there to help whenever we needed it. THANK YOU.
     
    If you live in New Plymouth and want to be part of it, email [email protected] and we'll add you to our winery facebook chat group to give you a heads up when we are going to be stomping/crushing/racking/pressing next.
     
     
    West Cider
    Yesterday we pressed about 120kg of amazing cider apples and heritage apples (and a few pears) picked in Urenui for West Cider. This is going to be a wild, funky, higher-alcohol traditionally made cider to accompany our more approachable style East Cider which will be made with organic apple juice.
     
     
    Gamay
    Today we pressed the first of the Gamay ferments (a whole bunch ferment) which means the first of the wines that have finished fermentation and have gone into barrel to sleep for winter. This fruit is from Lucknow Estate in Maraekakaho) and is tasting amazing. Thankfully due to some warm and dry months, all our fruit so far has been amazing quality.
     
     
    Bubbles bubbles bubbles
    Jules is off to Wellington tomorrow to bottle the last of the wine made in Wellington... in this case it's bubbles! We had excess Sauvignon Blanc in 2019 which has been happily ageing in tank and we're bottling it with a dosage of Pinot Gris to re-ferment. It should be ready to go on sale in 4-6 weeks. It no longer resembles a pet nat but nor is it a methode traditonelle style... in reality it's a hybrid of the two... but whatever it is, we think it's gonna be good!
     
    Goodbye Te Aro Wine
    Finally, if you're in Wellington on Saturday night (27th March) please join us for The Last (Te Aro Wine) Vintage Party on Earth... tickets are $25 and include food, your first drink and entertainment. If you're around, come help us say goodbye to Wellington in style!
     
    PledgeMe campaign - 6 days left
    There is less than a week to go so share, share, share! Help us get this PledgeMe to $15,000 so we can put on an awesome party at Known Unknown for you awesome people!
     
    Thanks!
    Lauren and Jules

    Vintage Update #2

    15/03/2021 at 5:45 PM

    PledgeMe Update
    First off, huge thanks again for all your support! We're currently at $9,328 - almost twice our initial target! We’re only $672 short of our stretch goal of $10,000 where y'all get a wine or cider on us if you've pledged $50 or more.

    Special thanks to Gatherer Whole Foods and Moiety who have both chipped in $1500 to have their very own Known Unknown wine made for their restaurants this year. This reward also makes an awesome unique corporate gift – please spread the word if you know of any real estate agents here in New Plymouth who want something really special to give their clients.

    Party Time
    At the end of the month we're gonna be saying goodbye to Te Aro Wine and we're going out with a bang hosting the Last (Te Aro Wine) Vintage Party on Earth in Wellington. Tickets are $25 and include food, wine, music from DJ Apa Hutt so if you're free (and in Wellington) join us or invite yor mates on facebook!

    Gamay All Day
    Yesterday Jules drove round trip to Hawkes Bay to pick up 1 tonne of Gamay grapes from Lucknow Estate for our next lot of wines. For those that don't know, Gamay is one of our favourite varieties and is native to Beaujoalis where it makes juicy, light, fresh, smashable reds. YUM! Known Unknown is going to be one of only a small number of producers in Aotearoa New Zealand making wine with this amazing variety in 2021.

    We're making three different wines to blend together and ultimately produce our Gamay that will be released later this year:

    -A traditional carbonic ferment where we cover whole grapes with carbon dioxide (syphoned off another ferment) which should give the grapes thier classic juicy, fruity, lifted notes.
    -We've also destemmed 250kg into one of our egg fermenters to give the wine some backbone and structure... this will probably macerate for at least three months.
    -One bin of whole bunch, foot-stomped goodness.

    What’s happening next?
    Vintage is far from over for us - Jules is off to Hawkes Bay again today(!) to pick up some Pinot Gris that is being picked on Tuesday. We'll be using the Pinot Gris to make a pretty classic, dry Grigio style as well as using the juice for pet nat ferments in May and June.

    Great to have you along for the ride! Let the wine lover in your life know about our PledgeMe to help us reach our stretch goal and get the word out about New Plymouth’s new urban winery!

    Cheers Jules and Lauren

    We've hit $5k AND Cider Stretch Goals!

    08/03/2021 at 10:46 AM

    Thank you for all your support! Our PledgeMe hit $5,000 on Friday afternoon, meaning that our campaign is funded. Huzzah! Supporters have chosen almost all the rewards on offer... including the big guns.
     
    Cider Stretch Goals
    Because we hit our goal so quickly, we're unlocking stretch goals and it's all about cider! Now, if we get to $10,000, all Pledge Me supporters who have pledged over $50 will also get a voucher for a free cider when our wine room opens in late 2021.
     
    We've always planned to make cider at Known Unknown so if we hit our stretch goals we will be able to fast track these two new products!
     
    Known Unknown Ciders
    We're gonna be making two ciders: 
    West Cider - A traditional, dry cider made from cider apples and other heritage apples from around Taranaki. This will be boozy and be bottled in 750ml bottles.
     
     
    East Cider - A lighter, fresh crispy cider made from organic apples from Hawkes Bay. This will be around 5% and bottled in 330ml bottles and on tap from our wine room.
     
     
    This not only makes us New Plymouth's first urban winery, but the first cider house to boot!
     
    We've just dropped two really cool cider rewards so go to bit.ly/KnownUnknownPledgeMe to check them out. Make sure you share it with all your friends - the more the merrier.
     
    Thanks again, we are super excited to share this journey with you!
     
    Lauren and Jules

    Vintage Update #1

    04/03/2021 at 10:25 AM

    First off, thank you for all your support - we're now at almost 60% of our funding goal after less than a week! That’s incredible, thank you! Please share with any of the wine lovers in your life, especially those in New Plymouth.

    Here's a quick vintage update... On Tuesday we managed to pick our first little parcel of fruit, 800kg of stunning Chardonnay from Eskdale, just north of Napier. It was pressed in Hastings (our little press hasn't arrived yet) and we drove the resulting grape juice from Hastings to New Plymouth (the Saddle Road was the most nerve racking). It's now settled away in two of our egg fermenters to make Egg Nat, which is aged on lees and will be bottled with frozen juice later in the year. This year’s Egg Nat is an evolution of this wine – it has been made with Sauvignon Blanc in past years but we think Chardonnay will lend itself better to this more complex style).

    We’ll let you know more about our wines as vintage progresses, these are exciting and busy times!

      john grant
      2021-03-29 16:35:08 +1300

      "looking forward to catching up with the all well & healthy staff at the winding up party night "

      Graeme Nicholls
      2021-03-29 13:00:00 +1300
      Nicola White
      2021-03-29 12:05:01 +1300

      "What a harvest Jules!"

      Brendan Amos
      2021-03-28 20:28:19 +1300
      Jessie Holmes
      2021-03-28 16:36:34 +1300
      Anonymous pledger
      2021-03-28 15:43:05 +1300
      Matthew Searle
      2021-03-28 15:25:54 +1300
      Carol Land
      2021-03-28 13:41:12 +1300

      "Sounds like its all worth the effort!"

      Alice Neville
      2021-03-28 13:33:52 +1300
      Jen Wilbanks
      2021-03-28 11:55:50 +1300
      Jen Wilbanks
      2021-03-28 11:54:28 +1300
      Lucy Shum Pearce
      2021-03-28 11:16:42 +1300
      Alison Mitchell
      2021-03-28 10:19:01 +1300

      "❤🍷❤"

      Michael Gill
      2021-03-28 08:17:00 +1300
      Dave Guerin
      2021-03-26 09:56:06 +1300
      Sarah
      2021-03-25 21:10:46 +1300
      Liz Thomas
      2021-03-25 11:48:03 +1300
      John Bartlett
      2021-03-25 11:42:16 +1300

      "Get well soon Jules - Cheers, JB, NZ Wine Directory"

      chenae
      2021-03-25 11:09:38 +1300
      chenae
      2021-03-21 19:31:23 +1300
      Laura Cooper
      2021-03-20 17:54:41 +1300
      Polly Hammond
      2021-03-19 17:05:29 +1300

      "With love."

      Katelyn Costello
      2021-03-19 09:09:34 +1300

      "Look forward to checking out the new place in September hopefully! "

      Sarah
      2021-03-17 22:48:08 +1300
      Sarah
      2021-03-17 22:47:14 +1300
      Anonymous pledger
      2021-03-17 14:43:46 +1300
      Darren McGarvie
      2021-03-17 11:08:36 +1300
      Darren McGarvie
      2021-03-17 11:07:46 +1300
      David
      2021-03-17 11:04:52 +1300
      David
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