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|Afrikaans to English translations [Non-PRO]|
|Afrikaans term or phrase: meigunya|
|The term is MEIGUNYA. The source language is supposedly Aboriginal (Australia). I don't know which language. Can anyone out there tell me what it means.|
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Meigunya is a proper name. It's a wee vineyard in Australia.
"One of Australia’s larger publicly listed wine companies, is offering for sale several of its
premium vineyards as part of a corporate rationalisation programme.
These fine vineyards are offered for sale together with long term whole of crop market based contracts for supply of grapes to Normans Wines, if required by the purchaser.
Super premium modern 25 hectare vineyard
Cool climate quality
With glorious home sites, in the Hills close to McLaren Vale
Freehold land area approx 45.6 ha (113 acres)
Vineyard area approx 24.9 ha ( 61.5 acres) plus approx 4 ha ( 10 acres ) further plantable.
Highly regarded premium cool climate viticulture area in the hills behind McLaren Vale.
Planted 1997 and 1998 to sauvignon blanc, chardonnay, shiraz, pinot noir and merlot.
Automated drip irrigation from high volume bore on site, excellent water quality.
Neat cottage on site plus ample shedding, two stock dams.
Some magnificent, picturesque home site opportunities with outlook over rolling hills, vines, dams and grand red gums, to suit the dream vineyard estate."
Vinery FOR SALE listing.
Local time: 23:46
Native speaker of: Swedish, English
PRO pts in pair: 15
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