Articles tagged with the word "regionality":

Pinot noir regionality develops in New Zealand

Published on March 13, 2012

Notwithstanding that most pinot noir vines in New Zealand are less than ten years old, the idea of differing regional expressions of the variety has already been gaining ground for at least half of that time.

What separates the Adelaide Hills from Clare Valley?

Published on March 1, 2012

At a tasting masterclass in London, Clare Valley’s Wakefield/Taylors chief winemaker Adam Eggins joined forces with viticulturist Marty Edwards, of The Lane in the Adelaide Hills, to expound the differences and evolving styles. Chardonnay and shiraz were the focus of the tasting.

Regional New Zealand Pinot Noir?

Published on November 25, 2009

Pinot noir is the second most planted grape variety in New Zealand, and arguably the second best place in the world to be making pinot noir.

Australia's First Families of Wine: Bruce Tyrell interview

Published on November 9, 2009

Bruce Tyrell gives the lowdown on the new Australia’s First Family of Wines group, which will promote their regional and icon wines.

Australia’s First Families of Wine

Published on October 5, 2009

Twelve long-standing, family-owned, Australian wine producing companies plan to create a new image for Australian wine with a regional flavour.

Terroir in Australia – regionality by any other name?

Published on May 8, 2009

As Australian producers explore more niche places to grow grapes, and their marketeers promote regionality, is this merely the Aussie view on that most French of concepts – terroir?

Cool New Zealand chic

Published on April 18, 2009

Is New Zealand the epitome of cool climate in the new world?

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