The biggest New Zealand Winegrower event of the year has wrapped up.
It is the wine most associated with celebration, with nearly every wine producing country in the world dipping their finger into the pie.
Sitting across the table from Quartz Reef’s Rudi Bauer without any pre-planned questions might not have been the wisest decision for the interview.
Kumeu River Wines has broken new ground for sparkling wine by bottling New Zealand’s first bubbly to be called Crémant, which was released in October this year.
Following hard on the heels of the International Sauvignon Blanc Celebration, Gisborne will host the country's first Chardonnay and Sparkling Wine Symposium.
Christmas! Our thoughts are on sparkling wine, and exciting offers come at us from all directions – retail, distributors, (e)mailboxes and magazines.
Prosecco is one of the fastest growing wine styles in the world and in many markets this sparkling variety is challenging Champagne. In the next few years, thanks to one woman, New Zealand could be producing its own unique Prosecco.
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