New Zealand is still the leading country by average bottle price in the UK and continues to perform well in the ‘super-premium’ price segment.
Mud House wants to be the UK’s biggest New Zealand wine brand, taking on the likes of Brancott Estate, Oyster Bay and Villa Maria, according to its head winemaker Ben Glover.
A device dubbed the “Wine Grenade” designed to speed up the ageing process of red wine to make it more approachable at a younger age has been invented.
New Zealand organic winery Mahana Estates played host to Prince Charles, Prince of Wales and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, this weekend during a 12-day tour of the country.
Treasury Wine Estates is to close its Great Western winery in Victoria and Matua winery in Auckland as part of its continued push to remove “cost and complexity” from its global operations.
Central Otago is progressing towards ‘Burgundification’, with a growing focus on individual vineyard parcels and vine clones, according to one of the region’s most respected viticulturists.
A Turkish wine commemorating the 100th anniversary of the Gallipoli campaign has been released.
Chat-show host Graham Norton has launched his own wine brand in the UK, which has been given an exclusive listing at retail chain Majestic Wine.
Craggy Range has unveiled three sculptures of Charolais cattle by Paul Day at its Hawkes Bay winery.
Nick Picone has spoken of Villa Maria’s organic ambitions and the rare white grape used in its low-alcohol rosé following his appointment as new group chief winemaker.
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