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Tempus Two masthead changed to Roche Estate

Roche Estate
Tempus Two Estate has officially changed its name to Roche Estate, but the wine and its label remains the same as always.
The Tempus Two Wines’ Cellar Door is located on a site that’s been owned by the Roche Group since 2009 and as part of the group’s strategic investment plan to further develop the Hunter Valley – and in particular Pokolbin – as a world class tourism destination the masthead of the building was last month changed to ‘Roche Estate’.
Tempus Two wines was originally launched by Lisa McGuigan in 1999. Tempus Two wines will remain as one of several tenants on the site and the Tempus Two label will remain on its wines. The site is also home to The Hunter Valley Smelly Cheese Shop, Oishii Japanese, and is becoming a well-known entertainment venue. Roche group anticipates this change will greatly increase foot traffic as the plans the Roche Group have for the venue will see every tenant benefit greatly.