Thursday, 09 December 2021 16:30

New Zealand Wine Week

Written by  Staff Reporters

It's more important than ever that New Zealand wine stays front of mind for trade and media around the world, says New Zealand Winegrowers General Manager Marketing Charlotte Read.

The second annual New Zealand Wine Week – to be held from 7 to 11 February - will do just that, with a theme of ‘Bringing New Zealand to You’ in key export markets, she says. “The aim is to keep New Zealand in the global wine conversation, especially during this period of tight supply.”

This year’s event will be a hybrid model, utilising digital platforms to bring New Zealand speakers to physical gatherings in the host countries, as well as webinar events to cast a wider net. Charlotte says the week provides a platform for the discussion and celebration of New Zealand wine across major export markets. “The passionate pursuit to making quality wine continues despite the absence of visitors, and New Zealand Winegrowers are leading this initiative to share the latest happenings in the New Zealand wine scene to our major export markets.”

2022 Wine Week

Monday 31 January

Dublin Trade Tastings Dublin

Tuesday 8 February

  • Business of Wine in NZ
  • 2022 and Beyond
  • Webinar with The Buyer

Wednesday 9 February

New York and Toronto 'Live' Regional Interviews + Walk Around Tasting

Wednesday 9 February

London Trade Tasting

Thursday 10 February

  • Pinot Noir Webinar
  • a virtual masterclass for select trade and media in major export markets

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