At Boneline in Waipara, Paul Goodege ferments grapes grown on the fossils of dinosaurs, the bones of moa, and a…
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In the early 1980s the sport of eventing was emerging as a possible contender for international honours.
The Delegat Group has paid $29.3 million for Hawke’s Bay Dairies’ 838ha farms in Crownthorpe to support its long-term growth strategy.
Although Hawke’s Bay’s Crownthorpe district is a significant producer of cool climate grapes, as Monowai Estate’s owner-operators point out, it largely goes under the radar.
The next Bridge Pa Wine Festival promises to be even bigger and brighter after this year’s inaugural food and wine event met all the organisers’ targets.
A long, dry and hot summer has growers and winemakers excited about the possibility of a great vintage ahead, with the arrival of Cyclone Pam doing little to deter that excitement.
An associate professor of viticulture from a country with one of the world’s longest records of winemaking, Dr Elman Bahar recently worked with EIT scientists on several major industry research projects.
Former All Black John Ashworth was on a rugby tour when he discovered the pleasure of drinking an exceptional wine.
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I wrote four COVID-19 story intros in a week, before realising it was a fool’s game.
Two PhD students from Victoria University have developed a machine that could change the face of winemaking in New Zealand.
The Bragato Research Institute is breaking ground in terms of its research winery.
On a fine March morning, Nick Mills walks down a row at Rippon, tasting grapes a safe distance from his…