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The great news and people that are part of the New Zealand wine story. Know someone we should feature? Email us on comms@nzwine.com.

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  • 07 Feb 2019

    Helen Masters: Winemaker of the Year

    Helen Masters won Gourmet Traveller Wine Magazine’s New Zealand Winemaker of the Year. Helen’s passion for Pinot Noir and dedication to expression of site has seen Ata Rangi become an icon of New Zealand wine.

  • 23 Jan 2019
    Auckland

    The Hunting Lodge

    The Hunting Lodge is a winery based in the heart of Auckland’s Wine Country with a rich heritage and a youthful spirit. It is the place where the first New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc was made.

  • 16 Jan 2019

    Kimura Cellars: Business is blooming

    In the 15 years since Shigehisa Kimura visited Champagne and Bordeaux as a young sommelier, he has been steadfast in his determination to grow and make wine.

  • 09 Jan 2019

    Mana Winegrowers

    Mana Winegrowers are collective of natural winegrowers in Marlborough, NZ. United by a commitment to hand-crafting stunning wines, sharing knowledge and safeguarding the land of one of the most beautiful places on earth.

  • 19 Dec 2018

    Andy Anderson: World’s Best Pinot Noir, Twice.

    Andy Anderson decided to enter his first wine show in 2017, taking out the major Pinot Noir Trophy. Showing it was not a one-off, Anderson has done it again this year.

  • 12 Dec 2018

    Tohu Wines: Celebrating 20 Years

    Tohu Wines is recognised as the first Māori-owned and operated wine label in the world. “Through Tohu Wines we get to take kaupapa Māori to the world every day.”

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