To all of my wine pals, I don’t know anyone who works more tirelessly for Pinot Noir than Barbara Drady does. Her Affairs of the Vine annual shootouts are worth your time and energy. I believe in the process of a collective palate, just as I do for individual ones. Barbara’s panels are always worth […]
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New Zealand Winegrowers have announced ‘Pinot Noir New Zealand’ will return over three days in 2017. Described as “the best Pinot Noir event on the planet”, the event will be held at the Wellington waterfront, commencing on January 31 2017. Attracting media, trade and enthusiasts of Pinot Noir from all corners of the globe, Ben Glover, Chairman of Pinot Noir NZ 2017 said that the event brings in some of the greatest international minds on the subject of Pinot Noir.
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We were delighted to read this review of Sam Weaver’s Churton Wines in “Wandering Palate”. It is our firm belief that Sam’s Churton Vineyard is the best in Marlborough and as the vines mature (he now makes his wines entirely from his own grapes) the quality just gets better and better.
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