February 2, 2007

Muddy water’ is clearing the way for a clean-green New Zealand

Australian and New Zealand Wine Industry Journal, Vol 22 No 1 by Bianca Turner In recent times growers have become more aware of the ecosystem surrounding the vineyard.  With the...

January 10, 2007

Independent grapegrower and winery relationships: Is everything ‘rosé’ in the New Zealand wine industry?

Wine Industry Journal, Vol 22, No 1 This paper assesses the manner in which independent grapegrowers and wineries operate in supply chain partnerships within the New Zealand wine industry.  Despite...

December 5, 2006

The science of wine tasting. What makes a good drop?

Lincoln Outlook, December 2006 New Zealand is renowned for its Marlborough Sauvignon blanc but the quality of the wine style depends primarily on the quality of the grapes and that...

December 4, 2006

Dr Richard Smart

Dr Richard Smart, one of the world’s foremost vineyard consultants, visited the Centre of Viticulture and Oenology from 1 – 4 December 2006 and met with staff to discuss future...

November 23, 2006

Artful complexity. Wine matters

The Press by Simon Cunliffe If art and fine wine are a marriage made in heaven, then Philip Woollaston must count himself doubly blessed. The long-time art lover – youngest...

October 25, 2006

By a Nose

NZ Listener by Nick Smith Top international wine judge and expat Sam Harrop is convinced this country is the most innovative wine region in the world. Sam Harrop graduated from...

September 5, 2006

Marlborough’s Viticulturist of the Year takes National Title

Winepress It’s been a huge month for Marcus Wickham.  The Waipara Hills Wine Estate viticulturist, who was encouraged to enter the first ever Marlborough Viticulturist of the Year, took out...

August 11, 2006

Good taste in degrees

Nor-West News Wine students enjoyed a local beer to finish a bus tour of west Auckland wineries. A beer tasting at Hallertau Brewbar in Riverhead helped refresh the palates of...

June 19, 2006

Greening Waipara: building biodiversity back into the wine experience

Steve Wratten / Dr Colin Meurk The Waipara wine-growing area of North Canterbury is a place of extraordinary significance.  Like much of eastern Canterbury, it was originally draped in tall totara,...

April 28, 2006

Intelligence gathering to outsmart pesky birds

Wine Technology in New Zealand An investigative project aimed at gathering more data on the wine industry’s bird strike problems should be finished by November this year. Read more (PDF 95...

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