New Zealand’s Craggy Range has joined Bibendum PLB with the aim of taking its brand “to the next level” in the UK, leaving previous distributor Louis Latour Agencies.
Craggy Range has unveiled three sculptures of Charolais cattle by Paul Day at its Hawkes Bay winery.
Craggy Range has officially launched its top-end wines from the 2013 harvest, which the New Zealand producer hailed “the vintage of a generation”.
With New Zealand’s 2013 grape harvest now well advanced, many producers are speaking about one of the best vintages in the country’s history.
As the first wines from his joint venture with the Rothschild family arrive in Europe, Craggy Range chairman Terry Peabody has confirmed expansion plans for his core brand.
Marlborough is emerging as one of the most exciting regions to watch for New Zealand Pinot Noir, according to a number of the country’s top producers.
Former Craggy Range winemaker Rod Easthope is to make an exclusive range of wines for online retailer Naked Wines.
New Zealand should focus more on its red wines, according to Craggy Range’s winemaker.
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