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A love of working outdoors has led Dunedin-raised Annabel Bulk to a blossoming career in viticulture.
The rise of internet sales, the demise of big buttery Chardonnays and deep discounting are among the biggest challenges facing specialist wine retailers today, according to three owner-operators in Auckland, Taupo and Wellington.
Commerce and Consumer Affairs Minister Paul Goldsmith has announced the start of consultation on proposed regulations that will enable wine and spirit makers to register the geographical origins of their products.
It is generally accepted by society that a glass of red wine is good for your health, but is this just another health myth?
It might seen a little sacrilegious in some quarters to be writing about brewing beer in a wine publication...
Winemaker Josh Scott of Marlborough has perfected the art of brewing, while still keeping his hand in with grapes.
As we enjoy the warmth of spring, wine growers everywhere will be turning their thoughts towards the growing season, and water availability will surely be high on the discussion list.
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Two PhD students from Victoria University have developed a machine that could change the face of winemaking in New Zealand.
If A Seat at the Table hasn’t made it onto your must-see movie radar yet, it will.