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
Hurry, Mother’s Day is this Sunday! Get sorted now…
Our gift guide includes 5 great ways to spoil your mum this Mother’s Day. All items are made by creative and inspiring New Zealand producers. Read More
Explore unique styles of New Zealand Sav this #SauvBlanc Day with our Sav style guide. While New Zealand is well-known for its iconic Marlborough Sav, other New Zealand regions also produce distinct and world-class examples of this popular and pungent varietal.
I’ve given up on waiting for Riesling to be the next big thing to be honest. Let’s face it! Winemakers love it but the majority of wine drinkers simply aren’t getting into it anytime soon. Read More
Allan and Catherine Scott planted their first vineyards in Marlborough in 1975 and now it is the next generation, their three children, taking the reins of this iconic family business with son Josh leading winemaking and viticulture.
Happy New Year everyone! Resolutions, trends, predictions and let’s not forget annual horoscopes, there are a lot of fun reads out there at the moment and we decided to join in with our 5 Top Predictions for New Zealand Wine in 2018. Read More
Enjoy the festive season with 12 of our favourite Kiwi wines this Sipmas. Read More
You shouldn’t judge a Rosé by its colour but you can definitely colour match your fav pink tipple to your presents this year.
That’s why we’ve put together our Sipmas Gift Guide: The Pink Edit, pairing some of the hottest pink products with four popular Rosé shades. Read More
These Wise and Wonderful Unicorn bubbles represent the wisdom and sageness of New Zealand wineries and winemakers to make the best bubbly they can from our pristine vineyards, combining the best winemaking techniques, combination and blends of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, and extensive ageing regimens.
Sparkling wines are an entity unto themselves. They are not as easy to make as still wines yet often do not get the love or attention they deserve. They are held up as poster children or brought out to do their special dance, but these unicorns are definitely to appreciate for everyday.