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News posted on Tuesday, 27 May 2008
Free seminar on atomic absorption spectroscopy
In June 2008 MEP Instruments Pty Ltd will hold a series of free seminars on Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy using the latest generation of Analytik Jena Spectrometers.
Cullen receives The Drinks Business 2008 Woman of the Year award
There was no doubt in the minds of the judges that Vanya Cullen, managing director and winemaker of Cullen Wines, is the very worthy recipient of The Drinks Business 2008 Woman of the Year prize.
Hawke's Bay hosts NZ's first Wine Business Symposium
The Eastern Institute of Technology in Hawke’s Bay is soon to host New Zealand’s first Wine Business Symposium on the 17 and 18 June 2008.
Taylors shiraz wins double gold
Family owned Clare Valley winery, Taylors, is delighted to have been awarded gold medals for two of its premium shiraz wines; 2003 St Andrews Shiraz and 2005 Jaraman Shiraz at the prestigious 2008 International Wine Challenge in London.
Wirra Wirra backs up with gold medal
Following on from last year’s success in the International Wine Challenge - when crowned International Red Winemaker of the Year - Wirra Wirra has once again reinforced its red wine credentials, being awarded a gold medal for its premium 2006 RSW Shiraz at this year’s event.
Wine Opinions study reveals consumer trends
A new study by Wine Opinions finds promise and pitfalls for Bordeaux wines in the United States market and reveals that many high-frequency wine consumers are as yet untouched by the revival of fine Riesling wines in the market.
Bonny Doon first winery to offer ingredient labelling
In January, Californian Bonny Doon Vineyard announced that they are adding a label that discloses all ingredients used in the production of the wine.