Marlborough producer Nautilus Estate has launched a single vineyard Sauvignon Blanc in the UK – ‘The Paper Nautilus’.
Land for vineyards in Marlborough is now becoming so scarce that an “end game” is in play to acquire the best remaining sites, believes the estate director of Cloudy Bay.
Blenheim, the capital city of Marlborough in New Zealand, should be renamed to use the wine industry’s fame to boost its fortunes it has been argued.
Biodynamic Marlborough estate Seresin Estate has signed up with Louis Latour Agencies as it seeks to grow its distribution with independent retailers and the on-trade.
A contractor has cost seven Marlborough grape growers up to NZ$1.6 million after spraying their vineyards with the wrong kind of fertiliser.
Rabobank has predicted further growth for the New Zealand wine industry, but warned it would not be as evenly distributed among producers as in the past.
Much of Marlborough Sauvignon’s distinctive taste can be attributed to high thiol concentrations – so how does one create and preserve these compounds?
New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc was compared to a strange range of things at the country’s first “celebration” of the grape. We round up the most striking analogies.
What white grape produces the globe’s most consistently good wines? According to US wine writer Matt Kramer, it’s a well-known variety, but it’s not Chardonnay.
A recent Pinot Noir masterclass in Hong Kong revealed the potential for the grape to grow in lesser-known regions around the world, as advances in technology and global warming take hold.
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