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    Celebrate International Sauvignon Blanc Day | 6 May 2022

    Pour yourself a glass of New Zealand this Sauvignon Blanc Day. On May 6, International Sauvignon Blanc Day, raise a glass to New Zealand's flagship wine and its continuing evolution.

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    Celebrate International Pinot Gris Day | 17 May 2022

    Celebrate fresh and full-flavoured Pinot Gris on 17 May 2022

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    Celebrate International Chardonnay Day | 26 May 2022

    New Zealand Chardonnay fans will raise a glass again this year when International Chardonnay Day is celebrated on Thursday 26 May 2022.

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    NZ Rosé Day | 5 February 2022

    Everything’s coming up Rosé for Waitangi weekend - summer sun, sailing, a long weekend and a special celebration of our country’s classy Rosé wines – who can deny that New Zealand is the place to be right now.

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    Bubbles to brighten the Holidays

    The festive season is always a great time to pop a cork and pour a bubbly – but there’s even more excuse to celebrate this time around.

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    Celebrate International Pinot Noir Day | 18 August 2021

    Pour yourself a glass of New Zealand and toast to International Pinot Noir Day on Wednesday 18 August, 2021. Here you will find all you need to know about Pinot Noir - the history of plantings in New Zealand, fast facts about the variety, and even discover what your Pinot Personality is.

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    Matariki - the Māori New Year

    Matariki symbolizes Māori new year under the Māramataka - Lunar Calendar. Each star holds a certain significance over our wellbeing and environment, as seen from Te Ao Māori (the Māori view of the world). Historically, these stars were closely tied to planting, harvesting and hunting. If the stars appeared clear and bright, it signified an abundant season ahead.

  • People and the planet toast organic wine

    Health, well-being and organics have long shared the same breath and while they naturally go hand in hand it’s taken a global pandemic for many people to fully appreciate the impact of organics on people and the planet.

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