We are pleased to introduce ourselves as the newly appointed Dry River team. This changing of the guard has come with great excitement (and nerves), as we understand the responsibility of becoming custodians of one of New Zealand’s heritage brands. You will have heard from the Roberston family regarding their decision to sell the vineyard…
Continue reading Inheriting a Legacy
Sauvignon Blanc might still be considered New Zealand’s flagship variety, but this Wine Enthusiast podcast episode looks at the other wines in New Zealand’s growing – and award-winning – portfolio.
Continue reading Beyond Sauvignon Blanc
Wine Enthusiast Magazine talks to Wilco and other Wairarapa Pinot Noir producers about the drive to produce the country’s best.
Continue reading Transforming New Zealand Pinot Noir
“We conclude this week’s run of features on New Zealand wines with a detailed look at one of the country’s superstars.” An article by Jancis Robinson, July 2019.
Continue reading Four Decades of Dry River
Here we share an article written by Bob Campbell on our move towards Diam closures for some of our recent white wines.
Continue reading A Switch From Cork
Sharing an article written by Jancis Robertson, following on from a Dry River tasting she attended in London this month with Wilco Lam and Neil McCallum – Dry River winemakers past and present.
Continue reading ‘Syrah, not Pinot, is NZ’s best red’
Wilco Lam talks to the Wairarapa Journal about his experience of moving to the area, and what it means to him
Continue reading Winemaker Wilco Lam discusses Wairarapa life