Today, we’d love to introduce to another passionate woman in wine, talented landscape photographer and Waiheke resident, Kate Mandeno.Read More
Malaysian-born Chinese, Stephen Wong MW moved from Borneo to Singapore before settling in New Zealand. Shortly after completing his studies, he picked up a sommelier role and started teaching himself on the job.Read More
Today we’d love to introduce you to another inspiring and energetic woman in wine that’s worth watching: Zoë Ladyman, Domestic and International Sales Manager for Akarua Wines in Central Otago.Read More
Dave Sutton is one of the driving forces behind the Lloyd family’s vision to create a sustainable estate that reflects Central Otago’s beauty and unpretentious quality of the land and lifestyle. As Te Kano’s Winemaker and General Manager, Dave not only crafts a range of premium Central Otago wines but has also been tasked to help leave a positive legacy for future generations of the Lloyd family.Read More
Today is International Women’s Day and we’re keen to get amongst it by sharing some of our most popular Q&A’s with women in the New Zealand wine industry with you.
We’ve asked 4 women in various areas of the wine trade what it means to them to be a “woman in wine” in New Zealand.Read More
I’ve got a love-hate relationship with Instagram and recently read the perfect quote, well on Instagram of course: “Sometimes, when I’m feeling really overwhelmed, I like to sit back, take a deep breath, make a list of everything I need to do and then spend 3-4 hours looking at photos of complete strangers on Instagram!” It still makes me laugh really… Read More
A love of horticulture, science and the arts, combined with growing up in Hawke’s Bay, set Julianne Brogden on the path to be a winemaker from a young age of 17.