Invivo expands production with acquisition of historic New Zealand winery
New Zealand winemaker Invivo has secured a long-term lease on a 114-year-old winery originally operated by New Zealand wine pioneer Romeo Bragato. The winery, which is situated to the south of Auckland, is listed by the Historic Places Trust. It was built by the Government in 1902 as the country’s first viticulture research station. In 1908, Bratago became the first New Zealand winemaker to wine awards in an international competition.