Spring tastings coming up! We’re tasting syrah, aromatic wines, and Italian and Spanish varieties. Have you received your tastings invitation yet? If you haven’t, and you’d like to join, please contact us.
“Beauty, finesse, power and purity–this is modern Australian grenache. And its ability to express site and seasonal variation of place and time only adds to this grape’s ability to fascinate wine lovers all across the world.” Read the complete feature Grenache: The Dark Grape Rises on the WineNZ Magazine winter 2018 issue – out now.
Feeling the winter blues? Pair the citrus notes of Framingham’s Dry Riesling 2008 with a salad of poached chicken thigh strips with radishes and rocket leaves to turn that frown upside down.
Canterbury is a reasonably new commercial wine area, with Waipara being the province’s appellation best known to those in the rest of New Zealand, and overseas, mainly for its pinot noir. However, wineries dot the South Island’s most populous province — including a couple inside Christchurch’s city limits. Apart from Waipara, the appellation that has […]