Pinot Noir

Domaine Schlumberger assesses frost damage

Domaine Schlumberger, a leading wine producer in Alsace with roughly 70 hectares of grand cru vineyards in the region, is still reeling from the devastating February frost as flowering season approaches.

Marlborough is ‘the region to watch’ for Pinot

Marlborough is “the region to watch” for Pinot Noir from New Zealand, said Nigel Greening of Central Otago’s Felton Road when speaking at an event in London this week.

The week in pictures

This week included a Taittinger-fuelled BAFTAs, Barack Obama's trip to the Italian wine region of Trentodoc and tastings of Sam Neill's Two Paddocks, Brown Brothers' Patricia range and Argentine wine brand Trivento.

Clonal selection not ideal for NZ Pinot Noir

Instead of parachuting in a highly-rated Pinot Noir clone into a vineyard, winemakers in New Zealand should use mass selection more readily to discover the vines that are already performing best in their own soils, believes winemaker Larry McKenna of Escarpment.

Proust Q&A: Mo Ayoub

April 6th, 2017

NZ Pinot pops up at ProWein

March 13th, 2017

Pinot Noir NZ 2017 in pictures

February 10th, 2017

The week in pictures

January 27th, 2017

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