Wine festivals are a great way to discover new wineries and to meet the maker of your favourite tipple. Here in New Zealand we’re lucky that almost every wine region puts on a wine festival by now, showcasing a great selection of regional wine and produce. Read More
Did you know that Glengarry Wines started as a winemaking venture in Glengarry Road, Auckland?
New Zealand’s largest family-owned liquor retailer was founded by Joseph Jakicevich in 1940 and it was the country’s first retailer to hold a liquor licence, importing wine from around the world. Read More
Sip sip hooray, today is Chardonnay Day!
The queen of white wines comes originally from Burgundy in eastern France but over the years it has found a new home in pretty much any wine region around the globe, including New Zealand, due to its ability to adapt easily to new conditions. Read More
Harvest is over and wine event season is about to kick-off! It’s the time when winemakers are on the road, swapping their gumboots for branded shirts and sales hats, showcasing and sharing their wines with wine lovers around the country. Read More
Join the Imbibe Tribe NZ on their inaugural tribal gathering, guiding you through the FUNdamentals to food and beverage matching. Read More
SIP THROUGH THE LARGEST SELECTION OF NEW ZEALAND WINE
The Greatest Celebration of New Zealand Wine is back! After a sold out session in 2016, Winetopia is back to profile the best wines of NZ and beyond in one location so you can get a taste of wine country in your own backyard! Taste from 60 wineries and 350 wines, you are sure to find something to tantalise your tastebuds. Read More
Silky, succulent reds, sassy Syrah, brooding and earthy Grenache and moody Mourvèdre are here to entice you to take up your sword (or fancy wineglass as the case may be) and join in the games. Are you ready?? Read More
Waiheke Island was voted one of the world’s Top 20 islands by Condé Nast Traveller in 2016, and included on Lonely Planet’s list of top 10 travel regions in 2015. It’s wine lovers dream come true and this Saturday is the perfect time to head over to the “island of wine” in the Hauraki Gulf for a festival bonanza. Read More