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In recent years The Kiwis have been doing some great things with Burgundy’s red grape, managing to achieve distinct regionality and food-friendliness, not to mention some decidedly Burgundian price points. Clinton Cawood headed south – to London’s Olympia – with 50 Pinot Noirs and an eager panel of sommeliers
For four days every three years, the world’s Pinot-lovers gather in New Zealand to see how the country is progressing with its main red grape. This year, Angela Reddin joined them
Some top-notch bottles from Carte Blanche Wines
Annual wine report paints a gloomy picture
Team East London triumphed in last night's 42Below Cocktail World Cup final at Floripa
Merchant to sell directly to on-trade and independents
Mission Estate outpoints Lafite, Latour and Margaux
Agents can win a trip to New Zealand, taking an on-trade customer with them
Italy has emerged triumphant at this year's 42 Below Cocktail World Cup in New Zealand.
New Zealand winery Felton Road is doing its part to help in the aftermath of the recent Christchurch earthquake.
Metis is a Sauvignon Blanc dubbed by its producers as ‘the finest in New Zealand’ and an ‘icon’ for the future.
New Zealand wine brand changes its name.
News from 42 Below: Plans for new reduced-height bottles, and this year's thyme-related Cocktail World Cup winner.
Team Belfast took top honours in the 42 Below Cocktail World Cup 2010 national final at Shoreditch House on 15th February.