On Sunday 11th June 2017, the fifth annual New Zealand Boutique Wine Festival will descend into one of Auckland’s most sophisticated wining and dining establishments, the Imperial Building in Fort Lane. 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
Dare to Pink is back!
We’re collaborating with New Zealand’s top pink wine producers again this February to create another successful Dare to Pink #sipnzrose campaign. Read More
Natural wine has no single definition. So why would anyone put an unknown at the centre of the festival philosophy? Read More
Father’s Day is just around the corner and now is a great time to get his presi sorted. We’ve put together Father’s Day Gift Guide to make sure your dad won’t get another mug or pair of socks.
Here at Sip NZ Wine, we’re big on learning about wine in a fun and relaxed atmosphere, without the wine snobbery and technical jargon that often comes with it.
You’d think that if you’re a Master of Wine (MW), successful wine writer & educator, vice president of the Circle of Wine Writers and Director of Wine Searcher, you’d definitely be at the wine snob end of the spectrum but Bob Campbell is not only one of the most respected wine personalities in this country, he’s also the perfect example that learning about wine can be fun and entertaining.
The New World Wine Award winners are going to be announced shortly and we can’t wait to hear the news of the winners after looking behind the scenes at the judging in Wellington last week. Read More