When the netball season starts later this month it will be an Orange wine that will be poured at the NSW Swifts' official functions, and sponsor events.
Printhie Wines, owned and run by the Swift family has come on board as the club's official wine partner in a three-year deal.
Printhie Wines owner Dave Swift said the business was passionate about supporting a great NSW team that inspired so many young netball players in the community.
"We're really excited to be involved with them," he said.
Fellow Printhie Wines owner Ed Swift said the move would also raise the profile of the winery and the Orange wine region.
They are a great organisation, they are part of one of the largest participation sports in the country.Ed Swift
"I think there's an obvious link with the name," Mr Swift said.
"We have had a bit of history going back with these guys, we got in touch with them when they were still the Sydney Swifts at the time."
Mr Swift said the more recent announcement was a more official agreement and would result in Printhie Wines sparking brute, pinot gris and cabernet sauvignon being poured at NSW Swifts events.
"They are a great organisation, they are part of one of the largest participation sports in the country," he said.
Mr Swift said the partnership was about supporting the Swift's but he hoped it would also raise awareness of the Printhie brand and Orange wines.
"Most of their games are played in Sydney, [which is] the closest market to Orange," he said.
Netball NSW's head of commercial partnerships Tim Underwood said there were some great links between the two parties.
"The Swift family, who run the vineyard, are passionate about the product they produce and setting excellent standards," Mr Underwood said.
"Those same standards are reflected in what the Swifts look to do on court.
"The team visited Orange on a trip to regional NSW [in 2017] and fell in love with the area.
"Having an iconic brand from that part of NSW come on board with the team is a natural fit."
The Suncorp Super Netball season starts on Sunday, April 28.
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