Jayson Bryant and Siri taste Matawhero Chardonnay from Gisborne New Zealand. Gisborne has suffered at the hands of Pernod Ricard but is gradually repositioning itself as a Chardonnay powerhouse.
Kevin Judd, New Zealand wine pioneer, talks about the Marlborough wine region, sub regions, the NZ wine industry, the changing lanscape, good and bad Marlborough wine vintages and his new venture, Greywacke.
I taste Abbey Cellars rose 2011 for the 2nd Rose Revolution on the 10th November. This date is special to me as it marks the 45th birthday of my best mate who lost his life to cancer 3 days before his birthday. RIP Tony Bray
Daniel Schuster talks openly about the troubles and future of the New Zealand wine industry, what projects he's curently working on and about life after Daniel Schuster wines.
Annabel Langbein talks about her new book, New Zealand food and wine, and her current and future projects. She also talks about New Zealand wine and Central Otago Chardonnay.
Rick Stein chats about France, New Zealand food and wine and his time spent in New zealand. Rick Stein was one f the celebrity chefs at Taste of New Zealand in Victoria Park Auckland.
Danny Schuster is considered, by many, to be the pioneer of New Zealand wine. I interview him about what makes NZ so unique and where does the industry go to from here.
I talk about rose revolution day on the 10th November and also get to taste Neudorf Rose 2011 from Nelson. Neudorf are a leading light in the NZ wine industry and this dry rose is perfect.
What a day, and just what the doctor ordered with the All Blacks beating Australia in the Rugby World Cup. The French didn't deserve to win and I get to taste John Forrest The Doctor's Riesling.
I taste Stefano Lubiana 'Primavera' Pinot Noir from Tasmania, Australia. Stefano uses traditional practices from northern Italy where his family come from.
Dry River wines are some of the most iconic New Zealand wines. From the small region of Martinborough that is more renowned for Pinot Noir than Chardonnay.
Jayson Bryant tastes Dry River Chardonnay 2004 Martinborough for http://www.unscrewed.co.nz
Wine Review: Coopers Creek Gruner Veltliner 2010, Gruner Veltliner is a relatively new grape variety planted in New Zealand. There are 10 or less wineries making Gruner Veltliner commercially but it has a great future with the NZ terroir.
Pinot Smackdown is here with Jayson Bryant and New Zealand Pinot Noir dominating this auspicious event. Using the hashtag of #PinotSmackDown #NZ you can use social media to join the event.
Sean Thackrey Orion 2008 from Rossi Vineyard St Helena, a Rhone style blend of grapes from the enigmatic producer. Once described to be 'Dancing to the beat of his own drum'.....
I taste one of New Zealand's great red wines, the Pinot Noir. Saint Clair Block 4 Pinot Noir 2009 from Marlborough is a great example of the type of Pinot Noir that Marlborough is making.
Speaking on 1st August 2011, Jayson Bryant will speak about the use of video and social media for small business, and the importance it played in building his brand.
Kate Radburnd has long been associated with CJ Pask wines of Hawke's Bay. This year she released 3 wines under her own name, Pinot Gris, Pinot Noir, and Sauvignon Blanc. In this episode I taste the Kate Radburnd Sauvignon Blanc from Marlborough.
I taste the Kate Raburnd Hawke's Bay Pinot Gris 2010. Kate has a long and distinguished career in wine. She qualified at Roseworthy, then in 1991 joined C J Pask. In 1999 she became MD, and in 2001 she was named Hawke's Bay winemaker of the Year.
Joined by Sam Collins on Kiwi FM to taste a New Zealand wine, Anchorage Sauvignon Blanc 2010 from Nelson. A small family owned and run vineyard, that began life a tobacco growers and then planted vines in 2000.
Giapo and I talk about the latest in his long list of adventures, to create the best red wine and chocolate ice cream. The wines chosen are Craggy Range Merlot 2009, Villa Maria Reserve Cabernet/Merlot2008, Yalumba's The Signature 2008, Quota 29 Distributed by Tubemogul.
Allan Johnston, New Zealandâs premier wine photographer, discusses photography and New Zealand wine with Jayson Bryant of Wine Vault TV. The wine tasted is St Jerome Matuka 2000 Cabernet Sauvignon/Merlot blend from West Auckland. Distributed by Tubemogul.
After the Chicago Blachawks lost to Vancouver in game 7, The Royal wedding, there's no better time to celebrate and commiserate with a glass of bubbles.
"In victory we deserve it, in defeat we need it" Napoleon Distributed by Tubemogul.
New Zealand's top social media personalities, Vaughn Davis, David McGregor, Giapo, Glenn Edley, and Jayson Bryant, discuss Social Media and George's Road Riesling 2010.
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New Zealand wine review: Jayson Bryant tastes THE or Terrace Heights Estate Viognier 2010, from Marlborough.
Viognier is a tricky wine style to get right in the new world. Sufferng from high alcohol levels and finishing hot on the end palate. Distributed by Tubemogul.
Ken Becker of Grey Lynn Reserve (GLR) talks about wine making and his influences. His extensive travels throughout Europe have had a bearing on his approach to wine making, and GLR certainly represents them well.
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Video Wine Review of Pegasus Bay Pinot Noir 2008 by Jayson Bryant. The wine has a distinctive quality that only premium producers manage to achieve.
Pegasus bay winery, of Waipara, and has cemented its position as one of New Zealand's top wineries. Distributed by Tubemogul.
Wine review: Clayridge Pinot Blanc 2010, Marlborough
Is Pinot Blanc the next big trend in New Zealand wine?
Tasting this wine you are reminded of Pinot Noir and has a lot of depth of character and is layered, with a full palate and beautiful texture Distributed by Tubemogul.
Wine Review: Jayson Bryant tastes one of Morton Estates top wines, IQ3 Methode Traditionelle. IQ3 stands for 'Improving Quietly with a minimum 3 years bottle age before release.
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New Zealand Wine Review: Jayson Bryant tastes Neudorf Moutere Chardonnay 2009 from Nelson, New Zealand. One of the most highly regarded Chardonnays from New Zealand rated 95 Points Bob Campbell, 5 Stars Wine State, and 5 Stars Michael Cooper. Distributed by Tubemogul.
Wine Review: Craggy Range Te Kahu 2008, Gimblett Gravels.
I am always amazed at the quality of Te Kahu. A third of the price of the ultra premium âSophiaâ this wine would challenge many over $40 in a blind tasting. T Distributed by Tubemogul.