New Zealand Wine Week

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.

Cath Hopkin and Chris Archer

Bringing Joiy to the world just got easier, as one of New Zealand’s largest exporters of canned wine leaps into the North American market.


There's been a 300 percent increase in organic winegrowing in New Zealand over the past 10 years, according to the Organic Market Report 2021.

This year's Aotearoa Regional Wine Competition welcomed all varieties of wine and international wines.

This year's Aotearoa Regional Wine Competition formerly the New Zealand Aromatic Wine Competition - welcomed all varieties of wine and international wines.

Duncan McFarlane. Photo: Jim Tannock.

Indevin Group has purchased a 75 percent shareholding in Thornhill Horticultural Contracting, hard on the heels of its acquisition of Villa Maria Estate Limited in September.

Churton Wines is using Clydesdales to manage the soils of its Waihopai Valley vineyard.

Churton Wines are chomping at the bit to tackle climate change with Clydesdales.

Saint Clair Winemakers Stewart Maclennan and Kyle Thompson. Photo: Richard Briggs.

The wines at the 2021 Marlborough Wine Show, sponsored by QuayConnect, were "exceptional" says Chief Judge Ben Glover.

The Landing

Large areas of regenerating native bush have helped The Landing - a Bay of Islands vineyard, winery and luxury accommodation business - achieve Toitū carbonzero certification.

Andrew Blake, Kathryn Walker and Ant Moore.

When Kathryn Walker saw data around the mental health pressures of working in the wine industry, she was shocked.

In February 2020 Bragato Research Institute and New Zealand Winegrowers collaborated with Beef + Lamb New Zealand to explore the global market potential for regeneratively produced red meat and wine products from Aotearoa.

A deep tech startup using ultraviolet-visible spectroscopy technology to give wineries unique chemical insights has received $1.25 million in new funding to enter its next growth phase.

Awatere Valley vineyards are proving a happy habitat for an endemic species, with the 'wine wētā’ burrowing amid the rows, dangling off the wires and dining on fresh buds and sap, while also devouring pest insects in the vines.

Growing a stronger culture in the winery is one of the ways Whitehaven Wines in Marlborough is hoping to increase its appeal for 2022 cellar hands.

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