Category: What’s On Overseas

Wine Paris postponed

As European countries once again head into lockdown, the chances of hosting a second Wine Paris & Vinexpo Paris from Monday 15 to Wednesday 17 February 2021 seemed increasingly remote. “We are postponing the event until Monday 14 to Wednesday 16 June 2021 to stay away from the area of tension,” said Rodolphe Lameyse, CEO […]

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NZ producer to release Burgundy

A New Zealand Pinot Noir producer is soon to release its first vintage from the other side of the world: Burgundy’s Gevrey-Chambertin. While it’s not uncommon for winemakers from the Côte d’Or to start Pinot Noir projects in emerging areas in the New World, it’s highly unusual for the situation to reverse. However, New Zealand’s Domaine Thomson, formerly called Surveyor Thomson, is planning to unveil its inaugural French Pinot from the 2013 harvest later this year, having made wine in Central Otago since 2003.

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Joe Czerwinski helping judge Marlborough Wine Show

Organisers of the 2013 Marlborough Wine Show have two reasons to celebrate and the wines haven’t even been judged yet.

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New Zealand wine ready for young Chinese ladies

Affluent young Chinese women may be the future of New Zealand’s wine industry, according to the New Zealand Herald.

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Joe Czerwinski helping judge Marlborough Wine Show

Organisers of the 2013 Marlborough Wine Show have two reasons to celebrate and the wines haven’t even been judged yet.

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