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


The winemaker, which has vineyards in Marlborough and Martinborough and links to wine distributor Eurovintage, lifted total sales of bottled wine by 4 per cent to 396,000 cases last year, for a net realisation that rose 4.4 per cent to $71 a case


The case of the vanishing Chardonnay throws up some surprises in court.


The US has overtaken Australia to become New Zealand's biggest export market by value.


Bernard Hickin passes on the reins to the next generation at the famous Australian brand.


It's not looking good for most of the country's growers, but export sales look healthier.


Australian Vintage has become the latest producer to spot an opportunity for fruit-flavoured sparkling wine as it launches a new range called Summertime.


One of the country's largest wineries brings in an investor to help it expand


The founder of New Zealand's Yealands Wine Group insists it will be 'business as usual' after selling an 80% stake in the business to a local electricity company.


A new strategy designed to revitalise Australia's wine industry aims to make the country the world's 'pre-eminent' wine producing nation in the longer term.


Accolade Wines has a lot of work to do to improve on the fortunes of Grant Burge Wines


Students at the University of Adelaide have developed a new software system that they hope will improve the efficiency of production in viticulture.


Restructuring Argentina's debt isn't what you expect to find in most writing about wine. Nor is a center for early childhood development in South Africa. Nor, for that matter, is commentary on immigration in Italy and the recent elections in Turkey.


A predicted shortage of NZ Sauvignon Blanc is likely to have a knock-on effect on sales in Asia, according to the sales director of Greystone Wines in Waipara Valley.


Passengers have complained in several letters to the Herald's Travel magazine that the airline of holding back on wine during flights, one questioning whether it wanted to be known as "the Scrooge of the sky."


Nick Picone has been appointed Chief Winemaker of the Villa Maria Group after 18 years with the winery. The position oversees all of Villa Maria Group's winemaking which includes: Villa Maria, Vidal Estate, Esk Valley, Te Awa Collection, Thornbury, Riverstone and Wise Owl.


THE Marquette grapevines clinging to a steep, rocky hillside in the southeastern Adirondacks are among a host of new grape varieties that have enabled a boutique wine industry to take root in areas of the US Northeast and Midwest that were previously inhospitable.


Australia's grape growers have signed deals for two consultancy projects to improve pest management in the country's vineyards.


The Conference will bring together world leaders in organic and biodynamic grape growing, winemaking and wine business to exchange ideas


Today the Abbott government announced it has asked Treasury to prepare a discussion paper on the Wine Equalisation Tax (WET) as part of its White Paper tax review. When it comes to alcohol Australia's tax rules are some of the most complex in the world, as outlined in the discussion paper on the Australian taxation system recently released by treasurer Joe Hockey.

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