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The wine regions of the upper North Island have just over 2000ha of plantings in 2015 - less than 6 per cent of the national vineyard area. But from the east coast region of Gisborne - the country’s largest...

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Will 2014 Produce Another Glut?

DURING the 2014 vintage - generally expected to have set a new volume record - one winery owner suggested that NZ faces a repeat of the oversupply problems that drove prices down between 2008 and 2011 ...

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Two New Wine Books

CELIA HAY, Auckland-based food and wine educator, has written New Zealand Wine Guide: An Introduction to the Wine Styles & Regions of New Zealand ...

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Wine Executive in Court

AS A former senior executive at Montana, and also in Auckland rugby and advertising, Peter Scutts is a familiar name in business circles. He now faces 16 charges under the Crimes Act of dishonestly using a document and a further charge under the Secret Commission Act of receiving secret reward for procuring contracts ...

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The Secrets Out - Boutique Hotel

PERHAPS because it is tucked away in the sleepy town of New Norfolk, the delightful Woodbridge on the Derwent boutique hotel remains something of a well-kept secret even to Tasmanians ...

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