Cloudy Bay has recruited a pair of landscape architects to translate the Kiwi brand’s flavours and structure into a garden at this year’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
The faithful hound of Justerini & Brooks’ chairman Hew Blair lives on in a Kiwi Pinot Noir.
Australian Vintage has reported a 16% rise in total revenue in its half year results, boosted by a double digit increase in sales of its branded wines.
New Zealand wines appeal to the “dream shopper” in the UK, according to Jane Robertson, category development director at Accolade Wines.
Ahead of the ICC Cricket World Cup, English sparkling wine is taking on its Kiwi counterpart in a blind tasting dubbed the “Battle of the Bubbles”.
The UK thirst for Champagne and Prosecco helped online retailer Virgin Wines to achieve its best Christmas ever, with like-for-like December sales up 20%.
One to watch, a New Zealander quietly doing his own thing in the Yarra Valley and creating wines that are well worth a look.
Chilean Pinot Noir pioneer Adolfo Hurtado of Cono Sur believes the examples being made in Chile have more concentration than those from New Zealand.
A couple based in Marlborough, New Zealand, have found an innovative use for old wine barrels – turning them into skateboards.
The US is to become NZ’s largest market by volume and value by the end of this year, according to Philip Gregan, CEO of New Zealand Winegrowers.
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