The predictions of a great wine vintage are continuing as wine makers harvest red grapes early after a great summer.
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Winemakers who have struggled for years say a stunning summer will produce some stunning wines in New Zealand.
More fine weather looks set to arrive for much of the country next week, and that's bringing smiles to the faces of winemakers.
The makers of a sparkling riesling have been ordered to can their "bottled happiness" advertising slogan.
The drought is proving disastrous for most farmers, but for grape growers and winemakers it's a case of the more sun the better.
While most farmers are lamenting the continuing dry conditions, winegrowers are preparing for a vintage to remember.
The New Zealand wine industry is making a big push to market our premium wines to the Netherlands, Sweden and Germany.
Strong wine sales helped boost Delegat's half-year profit by 31 percent to $19.3 million.
Kiwis have swapped quality for quantity in the beer fridge, passing up 20 million litres of mainstream brew last year in favour of a craft-style cold one.
With the New Zealand sunshine set to continue through to late summer it's looking positive for a great 2013 wine vintage.
A rare native falcon is settling into a new home on a central Otago vineyard.
Villa Maria Estate has been named the supreme winner at the New Zealand Sustainable Business Network awards.
The International Green Awards have recognised New Zealand wine maker Yealand's Estate for its sustainable practices
Judging for the Air New Zealand Wine Awards is currently taking place.
Central Otago grape growers are counting the cost of a string of harsh late frosts, and that could be bad news for Pinot noir fans.
France, the land of wine, is planning heavy taxes on beer, and that is not going down well with brewers - even in other nations.
New Zealand wine growers are set to cement their presence in Asia by opening an office in Hong Kong next week.
The wine industry reports there's a discernable change in the taste of New Zealand drinkers back to an old favourite – chardonnay.
The European wine harvest has a global impact since it accounts for some 62 percent of the worldwide wine production.
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