Development West Coast, Monteiths and the West Coast Pie Company are teaming up on a campaign to promote the personality of the region with a combination of a pie and a brew.
Michael Allpress plans to turn his olive oil business into a visitor destination on Waiheke Island.
Up to 16,000 people are expected to converge on Sky Stadium in Wellington for the Beervana event this weekend.
Dining across on-premise experiences, casual restaurants and in-room are popular choices for Kiwis on holiday, according to new data from CGA by Nielsen IQ.
A members’ bill to make it easier for wineries to sell samples at the cellar door has had its first reading in Parliament.
Air New Zealand has unveiled a local-product heavy line-up in its new Business Premier menu, while suppliers still await the outcome of its snack menu overhaul.
Cardrona Alpine Resort has launched a new food venture and named it ‘Carol’s’ in recognition of a long-serving staff member.
International wine tourists are returning to New Zealand as people start to feel more comfortable with overseas travel, according to New Zealand Winegrowers.
Northland’s first Brew of Islands beer festival will be held in Kerikeri this month with an array of food, brews and drinks for locals and visitors.
P&O Cruises says it will be spending $5m on Kiwi food and beverage to supply its Pacific Explorer during its Auckland season.
P&O Cruises and New Zealand brewers Boundary Road Brewery have developed a new lager called Sweet As Brew.
Upper Hutt is set to host The New Zealand Brewers Fest 2023 in October.
The Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act (Community Participation) Bill could be a major blow for the country’s wine tourism, says New Zealand Winegrowers.
Venture Taranaki is facilitating a number of capability-building activities for the region’s established, early-stage and budding food and beverage enterprises throughout June and July.
Hawke’s Bay is now the 12th Great Wine Capital of the world, putting it amongst world leaders such as Bordeaux in France and Bilbao in Spain.
MasterChef UK judge William Sitwell is touring Auckland this week to sample the city’s fine dining and food experiences.
The Mānawa Bay premium shopping destination near Auckland Airport will be home to the country’s first fully electric foodcourt, with no gas facilities on site.
Hawke’s Bay wineries are back in business following Cyclone Gabrielle, with most cellar doors and restaurants open and ready to welcome visitors over Easter.
Invivo Wines has celebrated its maiden flight from Auckland to Queenstown this week.
A new food and wine event is launching next year to celebrate Central Otago winemakers, growers, and chefs.
Wine Nelson’s premier annual tasting event is back with a bigger venue and more on offer this year.
Villa Maria Estate has reopened its cellar door with the launch of the newly refurbished space, called Tasting Room, at its Manukau site in Auckland.