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New Zealand wine exports rise by 9% to $428.50m

Although New Zealand Winegrowers (NZW) said the quality of the 2021 vintage was ‘exceptional’ throughout the country’s wine regions, the overall harvest was much smaller than hoped for

Report highlights alleged impact of disorders at premises

The report states there are currently 24 licensed pubs, bars, clubs, tea rooms, cafés and restaurants in Whalley and Painter Wood

Beverage industry staff invited to attend BBDS

The Bloody Big Drinks Summit (BBDS) features keynote presentations, interviews and panel discussions offering business advice and the latest information about making beer and wine

UK and New Zealand announce trade deal

While some of the details are yet to be finalized, the deal is expected to come into effect next year

Devonport Food & Wine returns for the second time this year

Devonport Food and Wine is a great opportunity to demonstrate and celebrate how food brings our community together, Councillor Lynn Laycock said

Calls for wine community to join SWA

The Sustainable Winegrowing Australia (SWA) program serves both as a means of boosting the sustainability of its members’ productions and providing certification

Paso Robles grape harvest promising, say wine experts

The founder of kukkula Winery Kevin Jussila said conditions this year have been fairly moderate, with little to no impact from wildfire smoke and less extreme temperatures

Steamboat Winery extends tastings at historic Hayden Granary

Steamboat Winery owner Penney Adams wasn’t sure what to expect when she opened a temporary tasting room at the historic Granary in Hayden in August.

Red wine can lower blood pressure levels, finds study

Research showed that up to 15.2 per cent of the association between flavonoid-rich foods and systolic blood pressure could be explained by the diversity found in gut microbiome

Treasury Wine profits hit $250mln despite China tariffs

Treasury Wine Estates reported net profit for the year to June 30 increased 1.8 per cent to $250 million