When Wellington retailer, Regional Wines, put together a list of iconic New Zealand wines they included “any wine by Dry River.”
Tuning into local food and wine is just as important when travelling in Australia, as it is when going abroad.
Single-vineyard wines are increasingly numerous today, but are they any better than blended wines?
Greystone Thomas Brothers’ Pinot Noir 2016, Waipara, NZD $100
Join me for a one-day or five-week wine course in Auckland or Wellington.
La Grande Tour Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot 2015, Pays D’Oc, NZD $16.95
What if you asked 1000 “regular” wine drinkers to name the regional source of wines they’ve purchased in the last three months?
I’ve just added four courses in both Auckland and Wellington to my program for 2018.
Greystone Syrah 2015, Waipara, NZD $60
Stonecroft Viognier 2016, Hawke’s Bay, NZD $27