It has been an exciting few months at Domaine Thomson with, at the top of the list, their Viticulturist Simon Gourley busily competing in (and winning!) both the NZ young viticulturist and young horticulturist competitions. The other big news is the design and build of their purpose built Tasting Room. OWNZ's Marketing Manager, Stephanie McIntyre, recently caught up with owner David Hall-Jones, to discuss all things Domaine Thomson.
Following Simon’s win of The Young Viticulturist of the Year in August, it was his turn to compete in the RNZIH Young Horticulturist of the Year competition in Auckland over the last 3 days - and he won!
Simon Gourley, Vineyard Manager for Domaine Thomson Wines in Central Otago, has captured the title of New Zealand Wines Young Viticulturist of the Year for 2019. Domaine Thomson are proud to announce our very own Simon Gourley as Young Viticulturist of the Year 2019. So proud even that it bought a tear to the eye of owner David Hall-Jones when listening live from Invercargill.
While New Zealand may only produce a small amount of Pinot Noir, it punches well above its weight when it comes to quality, finds Lucy Shaw, with North Canterbury emerging as the region to watch.
We are delighted to be part of the New Zealand Organic Week – fantastic events and coverage of all things good! If you are heading down to see us here in Central Otago, Queenstown or Wanaka, be sure to check out this great article in the NZ Herald – it’s your Organic Winery Tour Guide […]
Feel like a luxury weekend in Queenstown? We are delighted to be joining forces with our great friends at The Rees Hotel in Queenstown, to bring you the chance to win two days of indulgence – outstanding wine and food, views and luxury, enjoying Queenstown and the Heart of Central Otago Wine Country. How great […]
Vendanges at les Evocelles started on Monday 31 August this year. Last winter was relatively mild and growth as a whole was in advance. Fortunately, when the lockdown began in France, vineyards were exempted as an essential business and vignerons were able to work throughout the lockdown period, tending to their vines. The year has […]