Hawke’s Bay’s Alena Kamper lifts trophy at Tonnellerie de Mercurey awards.
Alena Kamper from Hawke’s Bay named Tonnellerie de Mercurey North Island Young Winemaker of the Year.
Made from biodegradable polymers and waste materials sourced from wood processing, the vine clips are designed to replace traditional plastic clips.
Oyster Bay meeting North American thirst for premium NZ wines.
Far less reliance on China insulates sector from similar oversupply issues.
Classically trained musician brings top trophy home to NZ for first time.
Former legal counsel for NZ Winegrowers has years of experience with international wine sector body.
It was built 151 years ago by Jean Desiré Féraud, the father of Central Otago winemaking.
For a family that has for three generations changed with the times, it seems no surprise they have found success in their latest venture into high-end tourism.
Growers survey decimated orchards, working out how to save at least some of the fruit.
Hawke’s Bay vineyards escape major damage during Cyclone Gabrielle.
Gisborne and Hawke’s Bay horticulture assesses cyclone damage.
The experimental future vineyard has potential to fill a knowledge gap in the understanding of what happens to grape vines below the soil.
NZ machines could be working in Napa as early as next year.
While the traditional pastoral sector is lamenting the European Union-New Zealand free trade deal as a lost opportunity,…