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.
“I loved the Domaine-Thomson Pinot Noir from Central Otago but was totally captivated by their Gevrey-Chambertin.”
A new wine tasting facility in the Cromwell basin will soon be offering wines from terroirs in two hemispheres. The new Domaine-Thomson Wines facility would sell wines from both the Central Otago and Burgundy vineyards of its owners, David and PM Hall-Jones, operations manager Kate Barnett said….
Good morning everyone, from another magnificent #pinotcentral morning. Join us for an evening with Grahame Sydney and Brian Turner to celebrate the launch of their new book Landmarks on Tuesday 24 November 6:00pm – 8:30pm. Tickets include a glass of wine and Nibbles from Moreish Kitchen on arrival. Proceeds from ticket sales will be donated […]
Viticulture Desperate for Workers Tuesday, 27 October 2020 By Jared Morgan Domaine-Thomson viticulturist Simon Gourley knows labour issues well, overseeing recruitment on the company’s vineyard at Pisa. It is a family-owned organic wine producer which alongside its vineyards in Central Otago also operates from Burgundy, France. In that family-owned spirit, Mr Gourley’s approach to staffing […]
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 […]