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  • 22 Aug 2019
    Central Otago

    Planting Misha's Vineyard

    Spectacularly located on the edge of Lake Dunstan in the Bendigo sub-region of Central Otago, Misha & Andy Wilkinson’s 57-hectare estate has a ’no compromise’ philosophy across all aspects of viticulture and winemaking.

  • 15 Aug 2019
    Central Otago

    Rippon Vineyards: World Class

    The picture-perfect setting of Rippon on the shores of Lake Wanaka looking out to Ruby Island has a fairy-tale quality. Last month, Rippon was awarded the Best Vineyard in Australasia and ranked 8th best in the world.

  • 14 Aug 2019
    Nelson

    No regrets with Neudorf

    "Tim and I were fresh from the “back to the land” movement of the late sixties. We wanted to make beautiful wine."

  • 06 Aug 2019

    Toi Toi Wines’ mission to save New Zealand’s rarest birds

    Toi Toi Wines have partnered with Forest & Bird to help save one of New Zealand’s rarest birds, the Kākāriki, during the current ‘mega-mast’ crisis.

  • 30 Jul 2019

    Dom Maxwell: Pinot Personality

    North Canterbury’s Waipara region is a wine rebel’s paradise. The birthplace of some of New Zealand’s most ambitious wines, it’s also home to Dom Maxwell, the winemaker at the acclaimed Greystone Wines.

  • 27 Jun 2019

    Angela Clifford: Falling in Love with Flavour

    Clifford has helped create a point of difference for the North Canterbury wine region, she is the principal of a wine company where the two major roles are held by women, and is the current CEO of Eat New Zealand.

  • 18 Jun 2019

    Jeremy Hyland: Silver Secateurs Competition

    Jeremy Hyland is a viticulturalist who has championed the hard work New Zealand’s RSE workers and viticulture teams do over the winter months through the Silver Secateurs competition.

  • 06 Jun 2019

    Kirsty Harkness's innovative cover crop

    Kirsty is the first grape grower in New Zealand licensed to grow industrial hemp, thanks to legislation passed in November 2018 allowing the seed to be grown as a food product. As well as extra income, hemp is proving to be an excellent cover crop, attracting insects and nurturing the soil.

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