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.
New Zealand has great potential to produce stunning Grüner Veltliner according to one of the key winemakers in the country.
Alex Corban, New Zealand wine industry visionary, has passed away.
New Zealand may be ahead of the sustainability game with almost all producers signed up to an accreditation system, but on the ground it is far from a one-size-fits-all model, writes Sally Easton MW.
Read the first chapter from award-winning bartender turned author Dan Miles’ debut novel, Filthy Still: a tale of travel, sex and perfectly made cocktails
Award-winning bartender turned author Dan Miles on how his debut novel, Filthy Still, became a bestseller by word of mouth.
A brewery run by just one person scooped the award for “New Zealand’s Champion Brewery” at the Brewers’ Guild of New Zealand Beer Awards last week.
New Zealand Winegrowers has hailed a record NZ$1.33 billion (£672m) export performance last year as it predicted a rise to $2bn by the end of this decade.
The NZ government has been criticised for spending NZ$7200 of public money treating oil executives to a wine tasting in 2011.
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