Jim Harre is the first to admit he keeps a low profile for someone with such a big influence on wine.
Women In Wine's Fiona Fenwick studied something very different to wine — international terrorism.
Back in 2004 when Chris Yorke sent out his first New Zealand Winegrower press release, New Zealand wine had reached $300 million worth of exports. His final press release before leaving NZW, announced our wine exports had reached $1.8 billion.
Tonnellerie de Mercury NZ Young Winemaker of the Year, Emily Gaspard-Clark very nearly didn’t enter this year’s Marlborough regional young winemaker competition.
The picture-perfect setting of Rippon on the shores of Lake Wanaka looking out to Ruby Island has a fairy-tale quality.
It is quite an achievement for anyone to say they have been in the same job for 40 years and are still going strong. Paul Mooney, chief winemaker at Mission Estate is one of those very few.
When scientists Marilyn Duxson and John Harris purchased a small section near Wanaka almost 20 years ago, they planned to build a ski holiday house to spend weekends away from Dunedin.
The wine industry was never Stuart Dudley’s first career choice. The viticulturist for Villa Maria Wines in Marlborough had his mindset on research or forensics, having completed a degree in Genetics and Biochemistry.
Master of Wine Margaret Harvey may not be so well known amongst younger wine industry members. But ask any one of the pioneers of the 80s and 90s about her, and you are bound to hear glowing reviews.
Ask Jane Cooper who her most influential mentor is and two words spring to mind: Mother Nature.
There is no need to introduce Dr Mike Trought when he appears as a speaker at a wine conference.
The UK’s Ronan Sayburn MS on his experience with the New Zealand Scholarship known simply as Sommit™.
Soil scientist Keith Vincent spent 10 years spent mapping soils in the burgeoning New Zealand wine scene.
Oliver Styles spoke to owner and founder of Domaine Dujac, Jenny Dobson. Here's what he found out.
We asked New Zealand Winegrowers' Marketing Manager, Asia, Natalie Potts about NZW's strategy in Asia and the future of NZ wine exports.
Eveline Fraser’s ascent to the role of Consulting Winemaker in Marlborough has been anything but conventional.
After years as a winemaker Andy Anderson decided to enter his first wine show last year.
Sarah Szegota had always planned to combine work with passion, only it was art rather than wine that she planned to work with.
It may be just a coincidence, or it could be a secret weapon – but the Tonnellerie de Mercurey Young Winemaker’s of the year in both 2017 and 2018 bought a house on the exact day they competed in their regional finals.
Bayer Young Viticulturist of the Year Annabel Bulk is one determined person. When she sets her sights on something, she’s there for the long haul.
New Zealand’s wine industry is as strong as it’s ever been, with wine exports increasing in value and a robust new board structure advocating for all sectors.
From liquidation in 2015 to bankruptcy in 2017, today there's a different air at Wishart Winery.
After 38 years, the Kellogg Rural Leadership Programme in New Zealand had its first member of the wine industry involved last year. Since then another two members of Marlborough’s wine industry have taken part.
“Falling in love with flavour” is how Angela Clifford ended up in the world of wine.
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