Kate Radburnd wins NZ wine growers fellowship

The best of New Zealand wine is yet to come and will flow from a mix of tradition and technology.
That’s the view of winemaker Kate Radburnd who has been chosen to receive this year’s New Zealand Wine Growers Fellowship. She is the first female winemaker to receive the award, which recognises dedication and influence in the industry. The head winemaker and managing director for Hawke’s Bay’s Pask winery, Radburnd has been working in the male-dominated industry for over 30 years.

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Breakout the Champers – American barbecue changes British wine

Listings of US wine on UK wine lists have doubled in the last year. This according to Wine On-Premise UK 2015, which has just been released. With Texas barbecue and Southern food being the biggest trend in food globally, the US has never had more wine listings in the UK. And it’s not just popular brands that are benefiting. There has never been more high-end Napa Cabernet, Oregon Pinot and Washington Riesling on wine lists than there is today.

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