Wine industry

NZ wine exports on rise after record harvest

New Zealand wine exports have begun to rebound as stocks from the record 2013 harvest find their way to improving markets.

Export wine growth is slowing

New Zealand export wine growth has slowed and will soon begin to dip on lower available supply from the 2012 harvest, the latest Rabobank wine quarterly says.

Optimism in wine industry

New Zealand's wine industry is seeing "signs of a new optimism emerging" after enduring tough times since 2008, New Zealand Winegrowers chief executive Philip Gregan says.

Show to promote region's wines

Show to promote region's wines

Waitaki Valley wines are going on the road, buoyed by two major recent successes at international wine shows.

Purchase 'exciting new dimension'

Purchase 'exciting new dimension'

Queenstown-based Wai Dining Group has expanded into Gibbston with the acquisition of the Winehouse, formerly owned by Henry van Asch, of Van Asch Wines and bungy fame.

Church Road Winery creates wine to celebrate founder

Church Road Winery creates wine to celebrate founder

Church Road Winery in Hawkes Bay has introduced a new series of wine to celebrate its founder, Tom McDonald.

Call for collaboration in wine industry

Call for collaboration in wine industry

Although the New Zealand wine industry's story is a tale of expansion, winemakers feel the narrative's hard edges as sharp growing pains.

Global wine exports continue growth trend

Global wine exports are continuing along a general growth trend with the exception of South Africa and Australia, as the strength of their domestic currencies dampens demand in export markets.

Vineyard manager's win first for the region

Vineyard manager's win first for the region

The Central Otago wine industry is happy to bask in some reflected glory after a local man won the national Young Viticulturist of the Year contest.

Gibbston viticulturist national winner

Nick Paulin made history at the weekend by being the first Central Otago person to win the national Young Viticulturist of the Year title, then headed straight back to work.

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