Wine supplier of the year winners

21 Nov, 2012 02:00 AM
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WINNERS: From left, Andrew Maronich (Technical Sales representative), Darko Obradovic (Market Development Manager – Winemaker) , Greg Hancock ( Sales & operation assistant) and Yvonne Horne (Accounts).
WINNERS: From left, Andrew Maronich (Technical Sales representative), Darko Obradovic (Market Development Manager – Winemaker) , Greg Hancock ( Sales & operation assistant) and Yvonne Horne (Accounts).

Enartis Pacific outshone eight other finalists to win the prestigious Wine Industry Suppliers Australia (WISA) Supplier of the Year Award recently.

The company is locally owned and operated by Darko Obradovic and is situated at Beckwith Park, Nuriootpa.

"It is an honour to be recognised by your fellow wine industry professionals to being the WISA Supplier of the year, Darko said.

It is a team effort and we all understand how much soul and hard work goes into making quality wine but when a winemaker needs a hand in turning a wine from good to excellent we are there for them.

Our team prides themselves on suppling the goods when needed especially in the middle of vintage or a caring ear when things may go wrong! Happy winemakers make great wine.

The team at Enartis Pacific is so excited that all their hard work has been recognised and we look forward to serving our very valuable customers into the vintages ahead.

Mr Donaldson, from Donaldson Walsh Lawyers, said "Enartis had impressed the judges with the passion and knowledge of its staff and its dedication to its customers.

In the space of four years the company has grown significantly into a successful and thriving business.

Enartis presented a compelling vision for further growth of the company in Australia, while maintaining a quality service focus."

The 2012 Donaldson Walsh Lawyers Supplier of the Year Awards were supported by South Australian commercial law firm, Donaldson Walsh Lawyers, Tarac Technologies, Banrock Station Wines, Wine Business Magazine, AWRI Commercial Services, Vinpac International, Pellenc Australia Visage and Reed Exhibitions.

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