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.
Marlborough’s Isabel Estate Vineyard still owes more than NZ$4.5 million after going into receivership last year.
A Sauvignon shortage in Marlborough could be healthy for the image and profitability of the famous New Zealand region, according to one producer.
Headlining the wine stream at the HK Restaurant & Bar exhibition, Debra Meiburg MW led three seminars covering New Zealand Pinots, Georgian wines and Cru Bourgeois.
Wines from the Southern Hemisphere are selling at an exceptional rate in British bars and restaurants, gaining market share from the Old World nations, market figures have revealed.
Craggy Range has officially launched its top-end wines from the 2013 harvest, which the New Zealand producer hailed “the vintage of a generation”.
A surgeon has launched legal action against an air conditioning company, claiming it destroyed his £200,000 wine collection.
The US has overtaken Australia to become New Zealand’s biggest export market by value.
Hawke’s Bay has a vital role to play in supporting New Zealand’s export ambitions, but the region is struggling to create a clear identity for itself.
The town of Blenheim in the famous winemaking province of Marlborough were named after a general and the battle he fought in Germany on this day in 1704.
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