Waiheke Marketplace : October 3rd 2012
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STEINLAGER CLASSIC 18 X 330ML BOTTLES JIM BEAM 10 X 330ML CANS 5% ALC/VOL CINDYS 12 X 250ML CANS 8% ALC/VOL $1999 EACH SPEIGHT'S, SUMMIT, LION RED, WAIKATO 15 X 330ML BOTTLES $2299 EACH Selection of range varies by location $1099 EACH PETER YEALANDS 750ML SHINGLE PEAK EXCEL PINOT NOIR 750ML JULES TAYLOR EXCEL PINOT NOIR $1899 750ML CODYS VSOB 12 X 250ML CANS 8% ALC/VOL CORUBA 10 X 330ML BOTTLES 5% ALC/VOL WOODSTOCK 4YO 12 X 250ML CANS 8% ALC/VOL $2299 EACH CARLSBERG 15 X 330ML BOTTLES $2599 EACH PERONI 12 X 330ML BOTTLES $2399 EACH JIM BEAM $3999 1125ML BALLANTINE'S WHISKY $3599 1 LITRE GORDONS GIN $3199 1 LITRE $2999 EACH 4341236AS Cable Bay Vineyards under new owners New era: Canam Construction managing director Loukas Petrou, left, and winemaker Neill Culley have bought out Cable Bay Vineyards. New owners are looking to the future after Cable Bay Vineyards was sold by its founding share- holders. Winemaker Neill Culley, who helped establish the vineyard and restaurant venue, has bought the venture with long time friend Loukas Petrou, managing director of Canam Construction. The first vines were planted 14 years ago. Mr Petrou was involved in the development from 2006 with designing and building the res- taurant and winery which opened in 2007. Mr Culley, a Waiheke Island resi- dent and Mr Petrou, a part time resident, say they have a passion for premium wines and hospitality. Their vision is to enhance the Cable Bay brand, grow the wine dis- tribution and ensure that the facility remains a destination of choice for both locals and visitors. Cable Bay has had an amazing start and I am determined to grow the business further. I feel privi- leged to have Loukas, my friend, joining me in this venture and a dedicated team of loyal staff sup- porting me," Mr Culley says. All staff members have been re- employed by the new owners. They include general manager Nathalie Hinds, head chef Sam Clark, restaurant manager Andreas Markgraf and the office manager Carol Schofield. "Cable Bay has developed an out- standing reputation for its wines and its facility and I am very much looking forward to leading the team and contributing to the ongoing growth of the business while main- taining all the hard work that has been done since the opening in 2007,'' Ms Hinds says. "Our aim is to give the business the attention it deserves, to produce exceptional wines and a genuine quality experience for our custom- ers." Cable Bay Vineyards' outgoing director David Irving says: "We have enjoyed the journey as first shareholders of Cable Bay and are delighted for Neill and Loukas. We look forward to visiting and dining at Cable Bay and watch its success grow." The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner on weekends plus Thursdays and a new Cable Bay tour experience will be launched over Labour Weekend. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to book. Surf life saving honour A Waiheke Island resident has been recognised for putting in 50 years' service to the New Zealand surf life saving organisation. Laurie Pharo signed up with surf lifesaving in his teens to help guard Karekare Beach. He also put in time as treasurer of Auckland Surf. He and his wife Penny now live in Oneroa but still go back up to Karekare and keep connected with the area. The couple's association with Waiheke goes back 30 years to when they came on holiday with their children to stay in a little bach owned by Mrs Pharo's mother. The bach has since been renov- ated into a home and the couple have moved in permanently. Mr Pharo's long service was acknowledged at a Life Awards Luncheon in Wellington. More than 50 of New Zealand's elite surf life- guards and members were present to be officially recognised for their hard work and dedication to saving lives on New Zealand beaches. Mr Pharo was one of 26 long- serving lifeguards, six of whom came from Karekare, to be awarded their 50-year badge. No injuries: Traffic was held up while emergency services dealt with the aftermath of a car crash on Ocean View Rd, Little Oneroa. Flipped car delays traffic An elderly woman escaped without injury when she over- turned her car on Ocean View Rd. The accident held up traffic while police attended the traffic accident on September 28. No other vehicle was involved in the incident.
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