Terms of Service

Terms and Conditions for use of New Zealand Winegrowers Images

These terms and conditions govern the licensing of Images provided and or downloaded from the New Zealand Winegrowers website.  All of the Images are owned or licenced to New Zealand Winegrowers. 

Provided that you comply with these Terms, NZW grants you a non-exclusive, royalty-free, non-transferable licence to use these images.  

The Images provided to you by New Zealand Winegrowers Incorporated (NZW) is free to use if these Terms and Conditions of use are followed.

These terms and conditions may be amended by NZW without notice from time to time. Amendments will be effective at the time the amended terms and conditions are posted on this website. You are responsible for ensuring you are aware of the current terms and conditions.

All due care and attention has been exercised in the preparation of the information contained in this document.

Use of the Images

The Images must be used to promote New Zealand wine. It must not be used in paid advertising unless prior written approval has been given by NZW. It must not be commercialised or sold unless prior written consent from NZW is provided.

You agree not to alter, modify, reproduce, communicate to the public, or otherwise deal with the Images except in accordance with these Terms and Conditions. 

If you wish to reproduce, alter, modify or publish the Images, you must seek written consent from New Zealand Winegrowers.  You agree to provide NZW with a copy of the publication/alteration or modification at a reasonable time prior to the publication for consent.  You may only use the Images once consented by NZW.

If NZW has consented to any reproduction, alteration, modification or publication of the Image,  NZW (or where NZW holds a licence, the owner of the Image) must be appropriately credited as the source of the Image.

Intellectual property

The Images is protected by copyright and other laws of New Zealand, and other similar laws and international conventions abroad. Copyright and all other intellectual property rights in the Images and the NZW logo depicted therein all belong to NZW.

If a NZW logo is watermarked in the Image, the Image is trademarked by NZW. You must not use or reproduce or allow anyone to use or reproduce that trademark for any reason without NZW’s prior written approval.

No inappropriate use of Images

Other than the use agreed in these Terms and Conditions or consented by New Zealand Winegrowers you must not use the Images in a way that may harm the reputation of NZW or New Zealand wine.

To the maximum extent provided by law, the Images are provided on an “as is” basis without any warranties, representations or guarantees of any kind (whether express, implied, statutory or otherwise).

The information contained in this document is provided strictly on the basis that NZW and its officers, employees and agents disclaim any liability of any kind arising from the use of the Images, and for any loss and/or damage that may arise from reliance on the information presented therein.

Use of the Images are at your own risk. NZW will not, under any circumstances, be liable for any losses you may suffer directly or indirectly in connection with:

·         the use of, or inability to use, the Image; or

·         any action or decision taken as a result of accessing or using the Image/s.

NZW may, in its absolute discretion, remove access to the Images at any time.

If NZW contacts, you and advises that the Images must no longer be used you must immediately cease usage of the Images in all forms.

If you are acquiring the Images from NZW for business purposes, you agree that the Consumer Guarantees Act 1993 does not apply, and it is fair and reasonable to be bound by this exclusion.

Governing Laws

These Terms and Conditions shall be governed by the laws of New Zealand.


Downloading and/or using the Images will be deemed to be your acceptance of the Terms.


If any provision of these Terms and Conditions is held to be invalid or unenforceable for any reason, the remaining provisions shall remain in effect to the maximum extent possible.