Call: 1300 48 58 68
9am to 5pm Mon-Fri or email us anytime

Category Archives: New Zealand Pinot Noir

Marlborough Pinot Noir wins Six Nations Wine Challenge

New Zealand has a well deserved reputation for making some of the best pinot noir in the world. But until recently Marlborough on the South Island was far better known for its sauvignon blanc than its pinot noir. A couple …

Continue reading

Whose Pinot Reigns Supreme? Australia versus New Zealand

Acqua Panna Global Wine Experience, Saturday, 9 March 2013 When New Zealand winemakers’ Blair Walter (Felton Road) and Nick Mills (Rippon) opened their address with a very loud and captivating rendition of the Maori Haku, the stage was set for a …

Continue reading

Felton Road: Why it’s rated one of the world’s best!

I recently read an article in Decanter by Blair Walter, the Chief Winemaker at Felton Road in Central Otago for the past 16 years, which got me thinking about the qualities that top wineries in the world have in common. …

Continue reading

« Older posts