Surprise planned for Saint Clair revamp
Saint Clair Cellar Door and Cafe will be closing for eight weeks so it can get a fresh coat of paint and an extended kitchen.
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More to Marlborough than sauvignon blanc
Greywacke founder Kevin Judd took wine reporter Chloe Winter on a tour of his pinot noir vineyards to share his story on the rise of pinot noir in Marlborough.
It's now the middle of winter and we are more inclined to think rich, warming red wines - but what of our favourite white varieties?
Blenheim vineyard contracting company Vine 2 Wine fell behind in their payments to the IRD, which forced them into liquidation in May.
Damaged wires have resulted in some Marlborough grape growers choosing to prune by hand, rather than use machines to strip them.
Marlborough vineyard contractors are struggling to find "strong" and "committed" workers.
Marlborough to host New Zealand's largest wine conference for the third year in a row.
When wines from the latest vintage are released, we often see new labels being launched at the same time - and this year sees a new range of wines from the Villa Maria stable.
PETER NORICE AND DEBORAH WALTON-DERRY - The Marlborough Express
Thirteen Marlborough wine companies are investing in the industry's largest research and development project to date in low-alcohol wines.
PETER NORICE AND DEBORAH WALTON-DERRY - The Marlborough ExpressSometimes our role as wine reviewers can see us being put on the spot when someone hands us a glass and asks us to name the wine.
A combination of great weather and high demand led to a record wine harvest in Marlborough.
Millions of dollars are being invested in winery extensions in Marlborough to meet demand.
Blenheim contractors Vine 2 Wine have been forced into liquidation after six years in business.
MarlboroughDespite challenges from the late season rain, Marlborough winemakers are positive about the 2014 vintage, Wine Marlborough general manager Marcus Pickens says.
With pruning well under way and wine fermenting in tanks and barrels, bottling lines throughout the country are working non-stop to get Marlborough's 2014 vintage to market.
Treasury Wine Estates, who own Matua Marlborough, will speak to those affected by plans to axe 175 jobs.
It's fun to try new brands and broaden your wine tasting horizon by sampling new varietals. However, there's also something reassuring about being able to reach for a reliable - tried and trusted - brand.
Isabel Estate winery owners are calling for investors to buy shares in the company to help them expand their business.
DEBORAH WALTON-DERRY - The Marlborough ExpressWhen I was a girl my introduction to red wine was typical of its time.
NZ wine is hugely popular overseas, and it's bringing more and more people to our shores.
CHLOE WINTER - The Marlborough ExpressNew Zealand Winegrowers is to hold Marlborough's -and New Zealand's - first sauvignon blanc conference in early 2016.
Air New Zealand and New Zealand Winegrowers have teamed up to help boost wine tourism throughout the country, including Marlborough.
CHLOE WINTER - The Marlborough ExpressTerraVin Wines entered the International Wine Competition for the first time this year and it has paid off, with its 2011 Te Ahu being named International Sauvignon Blanc for 2014.
International Sauvignon Blanc Day got off to a super start in Marlborough on Friday.
When we think of New Zealand pinot noir, we tend to think south - from Martinborough at the southern end of the North Island to Otago in the deep south.
CHLOE WINTER - The Marlborough ExpressMarlborough's autumn colours are slowly disappearing as vine-pruning contractors move in to prepare the vineyards for next season's growth.
Behind the signs of award-winning wines
Do the medals awarded to our wines matter or do they just attract the consumer to something bright and sparkly?
CHLOE WINTER - The Marlborough ExpressContractors began work at Foley Family Wines in Marlborough yesterday to make way for a new bottling warehouse.
Nelson wine columnist Neil Hodgson spends a long weekend in Marlborough enjoying the wine and food the region has to offer.
Let's have a look at three pinots, all from one place, but each a little different from its stablemates.
DEBORAH WALTON-DERRY AND PETER MORICE - The Marlborough ExpressIt has been a while since we've reviewed Spanish garnacha (grenache as it's known here), so when I bought a bottle of Zorzal, it seemed a good idea to share the tasting experience.
The Morton Estate wine brand, including its Stone Creek vineyard in Blenheim, has been bought by Lion New Zealand.
Wine exports punched through the $1.3 billion figure in 2013, and next year's revenues are expected to be better still.
A Marlborough winery that capped its fruit intake has made the heartbreaking decision to drop excess fruit to the ground.
When Jeremy McCormick picked up a waterblaster he never thought it would trigger his artistic side.
New liquor licensing fees could cost on and off-licence premises an extra $4700 to renew their liquor licence for three years.
DEBORAH WALTON-DERRY & PETER MORICE - The Marlborough ExpressIt has been a good season in Marlborough, but the hardest yards are usually the last yards
The closing date for entries in the 2014 New World Wine Awards has been extended to allow for new vintage wines to be entered.
The way a product looks has a role to play in determining its success.
Nelson wineries are relieved the region's grape harvest has largely finished ahead of prolonged rain.
A Seddon vineyard worker has spoken of the frustration vineyard staff feel as heavy rain ruins harvest.
A French winemaker from famous Champagne house Veuve Clicquot is working his magic at Cloudy Bay's winery.
Rain continues to cause stress for Marlborough's wine industry, but it's not only growers and wineries feeling the pain.
The pressure is on - there are still tonnes of grapes to be brought in, and winter is closing in
Marlborough ratepayers have forked out more than $9000 in less than two months to clean up grape spills
World-famous winery Cloudy Bay has bought its first vineyard outside Marlborough.
The bad weather has put a damper on harvest, bringing some wineries to a complete standstill.
Winemakers in North Canterbury have been speed harvesting grapes to avoid rain damage