The past forms the present and the present leads to the future. That is basically the theme of this issue…
A love of working outdoors has led Dunedin-raised Annabel Bulk to a blossoming career in viticulture.
It is an often used phrase – great wine begins in the vineyard – and those behind the Bayer Young Viticulturist of the Year competition strongly believe it.
Former president of the New Zealand Grapegrowers’ Association Kevyn Moore has been devoting much of his ‘retirement’ to researching and writing a biography about Romeo Bragato, the feted founding father of New Zealand’s viticulture industry.
I worked as a government viticultural scientist in New Zealand in the 1980s in the early stages of growth of the present sector.
Nicky Grandorge has been appointed the new national coordinator for NZ Young Viticulturist of the Year.
When Philip Gregan and myself sat down to discuss who or what should be the recipient of this year’s New Zealand Winegrower Personality of the Year, he was quick to point out the back story behind vintage 2014 – mechanical thinning.
TWO LYTTON High School students are eyeing a brighter future as they work towards achieving their primary industries VP awards.
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