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It’s no secret that South Africa makes some pretty delicious wines and Nederburg is a name long since associated with the quality wines. Recently having been awarded the prestigious inclusion in the ‘Worlds Most Admired Wine Brands’ top 50 list, this Paarl based winery is doing big things in the industry. The wine estate is earning even further kudos from our Winerist team though, as they’re currently doing their part to change lives by mobilizing... read more

The quirky Lady Gaga is a famous American singer and songwriter. Her career started in the early part of the century extending to worldwide recognition. She has been named several times in the Forbes and Time lists respectively as one of “the world’s 100 most powerful women” and “most influential people in the world”. Rumours about her investing in the wine business in Sonoma County have been swirling for the past few years. With no... read more

Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year is delighted that Viña Errázuriz are once again sponsoring the Errazuriz Wine Photographer of the Year category. The awards recognise the art and diversity of food and drink photography and film, and are now open for entries.  The winner of Errazuriz Wine Photographer of the Year, a category of Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year, will win £1,000 and an Errazuriz... read more

Winerist has been advocating Eastern European winemaking countries such as Moldova and Georgia for quite a while now for their tourism and wine potential. Ukraine, however, is a different story due to recent events and is relatively new to the Winerist community. We believe this may change soon, and the first step in this direction has been made by partnering up with Ukrainian DRINKS+ Communication Group, as they flew the flag for Ukrainian wine at this year’s Vinitaly... read more

The joyous song of the cicadas under the blazing sun, surrounded by a delicate and aromatic scent of ripe grape. For a short while I thought I was lost somewhere in Provence. But the breathtaking view of the Mount Fuji soon reminded me I was in Japan. When thinking about Japan, the first thoughts crossing your mind are surely sushis, kimonos, sumos, mangas and modern skyscrapers. But any wine lover would be wrong not to include “wine” somewhere... read more

Champagne flowed last Sunday in France as UNESCO announced that vineyards in Champagne and the Côte de Nuits and the Côte de Beaune in Burgundy were officially recognised as World Heritage sites. After 8 years of patience (both regions applied for the UNESCO label in 2006), Champagne’s vineyards, cellars and sales house and Burgundy’s unique climate (a specific term used in Burgundy for a wine growing plot) have been rewarded for their culturally significant... read more

The winner of Errazuriz Wine Photographer of the Year 2015, a category of Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year 2015, was announced at a packed reception at the Mall Galleries, London, in May. The winner was Victor Pugatschew (Australia) for his stunning image, Pinot Noir being pressed. He won £1000 presented by Jonathan Stevens, Regional Director of Errazuriz, Chile’s leading family winery and sponsor of the category. Judges were Eduardo Chadwick, President and owner of... read more

The now 7th edition of the International Wine Tourism Conference (IWINETC) took place in Reims, the city for kings, and the heart of Champagne region. More than 350 delegates came from 35 countries to discuss the latest industry topics and network. Champagne is one of the most visited wine regions in the world, receiving millions of tourists each year. Tourism to the region could explode further if Champagne gets the UNESCO World Heritage thumbs up this July. This year at IWINETC there... read more

Governments may come and governments may go, but the vote that really matters is in the first-ever People’s Choice for Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year 2015, the world’s leading awards celebrating the art and diversity of food photography. When the shortlist is published on Thursday 2 April from all the thousands of outstanding entries submitted, there will be more than 400 images to see and 18 short films to watch. So get looking and see which one... read more

In the heart of Provence’s beautiful countryside sits Domaine de la Verriere. Once a medieval priory, the estate has since been lovingly restored and transformed into a villa with its working winery, Chêne Bleu. Wrapped in the scenic surrounding landscapes, the property provides the most relaxing of getaways for any wine and nature lover. The magnificent infinity pool is the place to soak up the sun on those warm Provence summer days, or a... read more