Blenheim woman Tessa Nicholson is celebrating her 10th year as editor of Winepress. Chloe Winter caught up with her to chat about a job she loves.
While the snow on the mountains may look fantastic and Rainbow Ski field is delighted with the fresh snow, it is the last thing grape growers want to see.
Sailors and vintners ready for challenge
Wineries are urged to jump on board to race across Cook Strait to hand-deliver their 2014 vintage in this year's Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc Yacht Race.
There was more than the usual amount of interest in Constellation's mid-winter grape grower's lunch due to the presence of new CEO Sam Glaetzer.
An interactive map presenting a detailed picture of Marlborough's vineyards has been launched.
At least 10 helicopters rumbled around Marlborough early yesterday protecting vineyards from frost damage.
There are four new Brancott Estate Limited Edition World of WearableArt Awards Series wines that are worth showing off at the table.
The annual Marlborough grape harvest creates 38,000 tonnes of waste material called marc. Reporter Cathie Bell looks at what might be done with it.
News of wine sales slowdown has been shot down by New Zealand Winegrowers chief executive officer Philip Gregan.
We look at a really delightful selection of wines this week - ranging from good quality everyday styles to those that suit a special occasion, a place in the cellar - or both.
TV star's tipple 'selling like hot cakes'
The first bottles of British talk show host Graham Norton's signature wine, made with Marlborough grapes, go on sale.
About 70 winemakers, retailers and wine lovers gathered for this year's Pinot at Cloudy Bay event.
Peter Norice worked as a steward at the 2014 International Spiegelau Wine Competition and was able to gain first-hand insight into the judging process.
Seventy people will taste some of the most expensive and exclusive pinot noirs from around the world this weekend at the Pinot at Cloudy Bay event in Marlborough.
CHLOE WINTER - The Marlborough Express
Endless hours are spent in the vineyards during winter preparing vines. Cloudy Bay viticulturist Jim White showed wine reporter Chloe Winter the ropes.
A mock biosecurity response meeting on a pest that could kill grapevines was played out in front of hundreds of wine delegates in Blenheim yesterday.
Plant and Food Marlborough Research Centre's low-alcohol, low-calorie wine research has won Prime Minister John Key's backing.
Four Marlborough growers were honoured at this year's Romeo Bragato Wine Awards.
PETER NORICE AND DEBORAH WALTON-DERRY - The Marlborough Express
When it's cold outside there's nothing nicer than settling in somewhere cosy, preferably with great wine and food on offer.
Sustainable wine growing is a direction rather than a destination, says New Zealand Winegrowers Sustainability committee chairman Gwyn Williams.