NZ husband and wife pioneers in biodynamic winemaking

NZ husband and wife pioneers in biodynamic winemaking

Around the globe, New Zealand wine lovers might be hoarding bottles with the news that the country’s 2015 grape harvest is 27 per cent lower than last year’s. One of the worst hit is Sauvignon Blanc from the famed southern region of Marlborough, according to the industry’s national organisation, New Zealand Wine. Wine is big business – it is New Zealand’s sixth-largest export. The shortage is prompting some wineries to advertise for tonnes of grapes to meet quotas.

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