Wine reviewer Mark Henderson tries a recent arrival to New Zealand, and likes what he tastes.
Mark Henderson and fellow tasters sample some pinot noir.
Across the world, individual grape varieties, confusingly, go by a number of synonyms, Mark Henderson writes.
Tastings can reveal new and wonderful wines, says reviewer Mark Henderson.
There's much to appreciate about Gimlet Gravels, says wine reviewer Mark Henderson.
The Gimblett Gravels sub-region in Hawkes Bay dates back a mere 35 years.
New Zealand's first International Sauvignon Blanc Celebration was recently held in Marlborough, Mark Henderson writes.
Wine reviewer Mark Henderson gets a taste of some fine Central Otago pinots.
Wine reviewer Mark Henderson enjoys some rieslings.
Wine reviewer Mark Henderson savours some fresh, crisp rose.
Over nearly three decades of enjoying wine, reviewer Mark Henderson has built up a wine cellar.
Wine reviwer Mark Henderson gets reaquainted with merlot - easy to pronounce and easy to drink.
Today's line-up was a mini "tiki tour'' of several of our more northerly regions, with Gisborne, Hawkes Bay, Martinborough, Marlborough and Nelson all getting a look in.
For wine lovers at a loose end this afternoon (yes, today), the inaugural Central Otago Cellar Door Tasting which is part of the four-day Feast Wanaka event, will take place at Edgewater in Wanaka.
Wine reviewer Mark Henderson finds there's much to praise about prosecco.
Choosing a fine wine doesn't always have to cost the earth, Mark Henderson writes.
Wine reviewer Mark Henderson shares a few gift ideas for the festive season.
On a recent trip overseas, my tasting and drinking was dominated by European wines and in particular, Italian, writes wine expert Mark Henderson.
There is something magical about opening a birth-year wine, Mark Henderson writes.
Mark Henderson taste tests some Central Otago pinot noirs.