Brooklyn Grange 63 Flushing Ave Building 3 Brooklyn, NY 11205
New Zealand. Naturally. Walk-Around Trade and Media Tasting
Please join us as we explore what sustainability means to New Zealand, while also tasting organic, biodynamic, natural, orange and low intervention wines (as well as new vintages). Alongside the tasting enjoy the views from the sustainable rooftop farm, sample food from Purslane caterers and partake in rooftop workshops offered by Brooklyn Grange.
New Zealand leads the wine world with regard to its certified sustainability program - Sustainable Wine Growing New Zealand - with 98% of all production certified as such under what may very well be the world’s most demanding and comprehensive program. Sustainability is an essential part of the New Zealand culture and a means to allow future generations to enjoy the riches of this clean green land.
Be sure to RSVP and meet the following winery principals in attendance: Astrolabe Wines Owner Arabella Waghorn Dog Point Vineyard Viticulturalist Nigel Sowman Loveblock Vintners Winemaker Kim Crawford Quartz Reef Winemaker Rudi Bauer
Thank you to our sponsors for this event - JF Hillebrand, O-I New Zealand and Antipodes Water Company.
Event open to active members of the wine media and trade only. You will be asked to provide proof of your business affiliation and ID at check-in.
New Zealand. Naturally. - Trade & Media Tasting - New York
The Experimentalist Seminar Thursday, September 26, 2019 11:00am-1:00pm
The walk-around tasting will be preceded by a seminar & tasting that will explore the new and different things that New Zealand wineries are up. Join us as we take a closer look at The Experimentalists – featuring Rudi Bauer of Quartz Reef, Nigel Sowman of Dog Point Wines and Kim Crawford of Loveblock + Laura Williamson MS.
RSVP in the button below to the seminar (an email will be generated to firstname.lastname@example.org) Please provide the following: First Name Last Name Business Affiliation Position E-mail Address
You will receive an email confirmation for the seminar. Seats are limited.