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Marlborough in New Zealand is to host the world's first International Sauvignon Blanc Celebration.


Mr Oatley, who pioneered winemaking in the Hunter Valley and laid the foundations for the global Oatley Wines empire, diversified the family-run business into tourism in 2003 when he bought the Hamilton Island resort.


Accolade, which owns the Hardys, Leasingham, Banrock Station and Grant Burge brands, notched annual sales from the Australia and New Zealand businesses of $486.4 million in the 12 months ended June 30, 2015, up from $442 million a year earlier


In charge from 1973-'86, vintner improved winemaking, introduced new bottlings and protected the quality of Grange wines.


Former Penfolds chief winemaker Don Ditter - who had an 'immeasurable' influence on the evolving style of Grange - has died at the age of 89.


The distributors are working with the winemakers because of the preferences in the wine trade


Treasury Wine Estates (TWE) has launched small formats for two of its wine brands in an attempt to cash in on what it claims is a GBP7.5m (US$11.3m) opportunity.


Wine exports increased by 6.4 per cent in volume and by 10.5 per cent in value in the 12 months to September, says rural lending specialist Rabobank.


Hawke's Bay winemaker Kate Radburnd has been nationally recognised for her "outstanding contribution" to the industry by being named a Fellow of New Zealand Winegrowers.


As a U.N. conference in Paris next week tries to limit climate change, wine makers from France to Australia are already changing their time-honoured methods, or even uprooting whole vineyards, as long-established weather patterns alter and the temperature rises.


Plant and Food scientist Dr Mike Trought was made a fellow of New Zealand Winegrowers for his contributions to the wine industry.


Three Blenheim businessmen have been appointed directors of Marlborough Lines.


Reporting on the first Australian Women in Wine Awards, Simone Madden-Grey writes that recognising women in the industry is a key to encouraging a fair environment for people of all backgrounds, ages or genders in winemaking.


with its winery in the Moorabool Valley and other assets across the country on the market.


Australian vineyards are using nearly a fifth more water than they were three years ago, highlighting the dry conditions affecting the country's winemaking industry.


The Trade Amendment Bill is part of the implementation of a free trade agreement with South Korea that was made in March this year.


The NZSD Project is a six-year initiative mainly funded by the Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment. The goal is to find common ground when measuring sustainabilit


Craggy Range has officially launched its top-end wines from the 2013 harvest, which the New Zealand producer hailed "the vintage of a generation".


The next generation of Australia's First Families of Wine has formed the AFFW Next Gen Committee, announcing its first four board members last week


A wet spring across much of the country shrank yields, but a warm summer saved the season

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