Located in the southeastern region of New Zealand’s North Island lies the Wairarapa, an area of big skies, wide valleys and small towns full of character. And in the Wairarapa, at the heart of the classic New Zealand Wine Trail, is Martinborough, a delightful wine village with a population of 1,680. It’s here that some
Just a short ferry ride from Auckland, New Zealand, through the Hauraki Gulf’s sparkling waters, the beautiful Waiheke Island is well worth a visit. This 36-square mile island, surrounded by 83 miles of coastline, boasts 25 miles of stunning beaches. Yet it is also a distinct wine region. As unlikely a wine-growing region as this
Green, gorgeous, and full of wine, New Zealand attracts plenty of wine lovers here to sample its world-renowned Sauvignon Blancs and Pinot Noirs. If you’re traveling to this welcoming country, chances are you’ll land first in Auckland, New Zealand’s largest city. And while you might be tempted to head straight to the more well-known wine
New Zealand food, wine and travel writer Jacqui Gibson puts five questions to Liane McGee, author of a new cookbook celebrating the culinary history of Wellington's Cuba Street, and jots down a recipe for the Matterhorn's rhubarb and saffron negroni.
Jacqui Gibson catches up with Garage Project's Kalen Acquisto for a beer lover's view on what to do and where to eat in Wellington, New Zealand.
by Mary Chong
Travellers on the move looking for clothes that don't hold them back from a new adventure need look no further than clothing made from merino wool, says travel writer Mary Chong.