A leader in promoting gender equality, New Zealand was the first country to grant women the right to vote in 1893. Lucia and John Gilbert explore the country's egalitarian attitudes to women wanting to break into the field of winemaking.
- Michael Seresin makes movies for a living. But at his biodynamic vineyard Seresin Estate in Marlborough he is setting the standards for modern New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc.
- New Zealand grape growers and winemakers talk sustainability.
- We picture a playground for adventure, with endless options for hiking, bungee jumping, whale watching, and the like. When it comes to wine, though, Americans know very little about New Zealand.
- This most southerly—hence coolest—of New Zealand’s wine regions was planted in the late 1800s. Pinot Noir took the early lead; Central Otago’s first gold medal was awarded to a “Burgundy” at a Sydney wine show in 1881.