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Examples of "nobilo"
Nobilo and his wife, Selena, married in 1998. He has a daughter, Bianca Nobilo, from a previous marriage. Nobilo works as an ambassador for The House of Nobilo, one of New Zealand's leading wineries and founded by one of his relatives Nikola Nobilo. Nobilo was awarded the Companion of the New Zealand Order of Merit (CNZM) in 1998.
Nikola "Nick" Nobilo, (23 August 1913 – 28 August 2007), was a New Zealand winemaker and founder of Nobilo Wines. He was originally from Croatia.
In 1998, the company, then called Nobilo Vintners, purchased another award-winning New Zealand winemaker, Selaks. The Nobilo family company was, in turn, acquired by BRL Hardy, one of Australia's largest winemakers, 2000. BRL Hardy merged Nobilo with its Constellation Brands wines in 2003.
Since his 2003 retirement, Nobilo has worked as a television announcer for golf events.
Jean Marc Nobilo (born 27 July 1960) is a French football coach.
Nobilo was born in present-day Croatia in 1913. His family's home village was Lumbarda, located on the island of Korčula. They had worked in the winemaking industry in Croatia for 300 years before Nobilo moved to New Zealand in the 1930s. Nobilo's uncle feared the signs of what would become World War II in Europe, and so ordered him to move to New Zealand. Nobilo worked as a stonemason before his emigration.
The new combined company, Constellation Wines, was able to distribute Nobilo wines throughout New Zealand, Australia, Europe and the Americas.
Frank Ivan Joseph Nobilo, CNZM (born on 14 May 1960) is a professional golfer from New Zealand.
On 9 October 2007, it was reported that Nobilo had announced he would be coming out of retirement, and attempt to gain a card for the U.S. PGA Tour through qualifying school. However, in a statement issued on the Golf Channel's website, Nobilo denied the report: "I have not, nor did I have any intention of entering this years PGA Tour Qualifying school."
Nobilo continued to produce wines after the acquisition. Nobilo Wines were named New Zealand's wine producer of the year in 2003. Nobilo's sauvignon blanc also won the award for best sauvignon blanc at the international wine and spirit competition in 2000.
The locality is part of the Kumeu wine growing district, with grapes first planted at Huapai by Nikola Nobilo in 1943.
John Cook (11), Clark Dennis, Scott Hoch (13), Steve Lowery (12,13), Jeff Maggert (13), Colin Montgomerie, Frank Nobilo, Jeff Sluman, Curtis Strange, Duffy Waldorf
Brad Bryant (12,13), Bill Glasson, Neal Lancaster, Jeff Maggert (11), Mark McCumber, Frank Nobilo, Mark Roe, Vijay Singh (12,13), Jeff Sluman (11), Steve Stricker, Bob Tway (12,13)
Nobilo joined the European Tour in 1985 as a full-time player, having played in selected events in 1982 and 1983. He recorded his first win on the Tour in the 1988 PLM Open (not to be confused with the KLM Open). Nobilo subsequently won four other European Tour events and finished inside the top 50 on the Order of Merit every season from 1988 to 1996, with a best of 14th place in 1993.
In 2015, Nobilo joined CBS's golf coverage, replacing Peter Oosterhuis. Like Oosterhuis did, he worked only the cable coverage of about half of CBS's events, while working on the network coverage of the other half, including the Masters and PGA Championship. He remained on "Live From" on Golf Channel but will no longer be allowed to fill in on NBC. Nobilo made his CBS debut at the 2015 Phoenix Open.
Nobilo had a successful playing career, winning 15 pro tournaments around the world. He was at his peak during the mid-1990s when he also produced strong finishes in all four major championships.
Nobilo came to head the family company, which grew to become one of New Zealand's largest winemakers. In the 1995 New Year Honours, he was awarded an OBE, for services to the viticulture industry.
Nobilo died in Auckland, New Zealand, on 29 August 2007, at the age of 94. His funeral was held at the Holy Trinity Cathedral in Auckland. He was survived by his wife, Zuva, and three children.
Michael Bradley, Billy Ray Brown, David Duval (13), David Frost, Bill Glasson (13), Tim Herron, Gabriel Hjertstedt, Billy Mayfair, Phil Mickelson (13), Frank Nobilo (13), Scott Simpson, David Toms
Waikato squad: Gary Dillistone, Bruce Williams, Brian Hayes, Chris Roberts, Dave Merrirr, Darren Powell, Paul Gemmell, Darren Melville, Lance Bauerfiend, Steve Tait, Mark Cossey, Graham Jones, Laurence Fitzpatrick, Marcus Gerbich, Graham Nobilo, Stuart Girvan. Coach: Roger Wilkinson. Asst: Ray Pooley.