Getting employers on board for a "really robust health and safety journey", has seen Constellation Brands transform its injury outcomes over the past four years.
Fermentation expert and yeast supplier Fermentis has signed on as a gold sponsor of the Bragato Research Institute research winery, giving it naming rights to the boardroom.
Grapevine diseases of New Zealand is the first book dedicated to the identification and management of grapevine diseass in New Zealand.
It will take generational change for some wineries to truly tap into technological advancements, says VinWizard veteran and new co-owner Bob Richards.
A $17 million robotics project will trial human assist prototypes in New Zealand vineyards this winter, as well as a virtual reality system to train pruners.
An autonomous vineyard tractor developed in Marlborough is a "game changer" for the wine industry, says Pernod Ricard Winemakers' Transformation Director Alex Kahl.
Swapping microscopes in the neuroscience lab for microscopes in the barrel hall was not exactly a considered pathway for Dr John Harris and Dr Marilyn Duxson.
"Vineyard work wasn't my thing," says Debbie Sparks, looking back at her first impressions of pruning in North Canterbury.
It takes pluck to start a wine company in the wake of Covid-19. But three women under 30 have done just that, starting Three Fates Wine in the Hawke's Bay.
Vintage 2021 was "wonderful" and "amazing", says Amy Farnsworth of Amoise Wines, a small, minimal-intervention Hawke's Bay producer.
There is no other wine region in the world that produces Sauvignon Blanc like Marlborough, says Giesen Group Marketing Manager Angela Flynn.
When frost hit Bordeaux last month, we all saw the images of candles and straw bales as producers worked through the night to protect the vines.
In response to member feedback on desired topics to cover for our webinar series, we recently held a very well-attended session on 'New Zea;and Wine in the Domestic Grocery Channel'.
New Zealand Winegrowers was again at the forefront of International Sauvignon Blanc Day celebrations recently, with retail, media and influencer activity across all of our major markets.
The opening of the trans-Tasman bubble in April was an exciting development which will benefit our industry in multiple ways, notably in the wine tourism space.
After more than a century making great wine, Babich Wines has begun to harvest its stories as well.
Biosecurity means protection from the risks posed by organisms to the economy, environment, and people's health, through eradication, and control procedures, says New Zealand Winegrowers Biosecurity Advisor Jim Herdman.
Regional competitions for the 2021 Corteva Young Viticulturist of the Year will be held over the next two months, with the national final in Marlborough at the end of August.
The inaugural Méthode Marlborough Day was a sparkling success, with 12 dedicated producers celebrating in style, both online and in a progressive evening in Marlborough.
The Eastern Institute of Technology (EIT) School of Viticulture and Wine Science will offer a new suite of postgraduate qualiications in Wine Business and Innovation, starting from July 2021.
The Bragato Research Institute (BRI) has appointed Jeffrey Clark as interim Chief Executive.
Three months of filming for romantic comedy Under the Vines, set in the Central Otago's wine region, wrapped up in April.
International Sauvignon Blanc Day on 7 May saw 35 lifestyle social media influencers around the world invited to "Pour yourself a glass of New Zealand".
News that Recognised Seasonal Employer (RSE) scheme workers from the Pacific Islands will be able to travel to New Zealand has been welcomed by the industry.
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