New Zealand Winegrowers has welcomed a new free trade deal with South Korea as offering a “significant boost” to this major export target market.
The winery that claims to be New Zealand’s only Gamay producer has suggested that this grape variety has scope to fulfil a similar role for the country as Sauvignon Blanc.
A new organic wine agreement with the EU means New Zealand’s organic wine certifications will soon be recognised in Europe.
What do you do with a drunken sailor? The New Zealand Royal Navy’s answer is to simply ban booze on board.
The IWSC has announced the 2014 product trophy winners at the same time as medals from this year’s Australian and New Zealand wine entries.
Cloudy Bay senior winemaker Tim Heath has welcomed a “buoyant” phase for the New Zealand wine industry, but acknowledged that the bumper 2014 crop “won’t come without its challenges.”
Heathrow is one of the world’s busiest airports and, as a result, sells a serious amount of wine. Here are the top 10 wines sold by value.
New Zealand wineries are stepping up their controversial use of Australian government rebates originally intended to benefit small Aussie wine producers.
The UK wine market remains flooded with “soulless” New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc according to one of the key winemakers in Marlborough.
New research into grape clones could lead to broad applications in the vineyard and potentially new grape varieties, according to one scientist.
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