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Jessyca Lewis 3h
It's w/ & New Zealand cuisine is largely driven by local ingredients & seasonal variations. An island nation with primarily agricultural economy, NZ yields produce from land & sea.
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Jessyca Lewis Sep 13
It’s with and We wanted to make a sparkling wine, and with the incredible growth in global demand for Rosé, we saw a really exciting opportunity to create a beautiful sparkling wine at a great price point
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Jessyca Lewis Sep 17
It's w/ & on Te Pa's newly released 2018 Sauvignon Blanc won gold at the San Francisco International Wine Competition. Te Pa Family Vineyards is particularly proud of its estate-grown 2018 vintage te Pa Sauvignon Blanc.
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Jessyca Lewis Sep 12
It's w/ and Sam’s experience has been in the cool climate regions of Tasmania, Oregon & Burgundy. He’s honed his Kiwi winemaking skills at wineries including Craggy Range in Hawke’s Bay & Marisco & Highfield in Marlborough.
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Jessyca Lewis Sep 17
It's w/ & on Its beautiful salmon colour, & and copper hues, this Rosé is a sophisticated, crisp & easy drinking wine. You’ll find gentle floral aromas & a hint of lush berries & fruits, w/melon, peach, strawberry & raspberry.
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Jessyca Lewis Sep 15
It's with and on NZ Sauv is the most popular global varietal (our 2018 te Pa Sauv Blanc just won the NZ Wine of the Year at the Sommelier Choice Awards in the USA), and Pinot Noir from NZ is creating it's own brand.
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Jessyca Lewis Sep 15
It's w/ & on Sam has known te Pā's owner Haysley MacDonald for a number of years now and leapt at the opportunity to join the rest of the te Pā team in mid 2015.
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Jessyca Lewis Sep 10
It's w/ & on on September 23rd-Sam Bennett is hailing from Whangarei in the Far North of New Zealand. Sam completed a BSc at Waikato University & then advanced his wine knowledge w/a Diploma in Oenology & Viticulture.
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Jessyca Lewis Sep 9
It's w/ & Meet Sam Bennett, Chief Winemaker, to te Pā Family Vineyards. Here's our 2 key vineyards-our home block is at the Wairau Bar in the lower Wairau Valley area of Marlborough, & sits between the Wairau River & the waters of Cloudy Bay.
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Jessyca Lewis Sep 11
It's w/ & Te Pa has been home for 800 yrs. Haysley MacDonald planted vines on his family’s land on the Wairau Bar in 2003 with a vision of creating a premium range of wines to connect the taste of his home, w/wine lovers all around the world.
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Jessyca Lewis Sep 17
I do a wine business interview on twitter every 2 weeks. Would you like me to discuss your book? Wines of Germany?
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Jessyca Lewis Sep 16
Replying to @AnaSofia_Oliv
I am not able to DM. You may need to follow me. I taught study abroad in Italy for 4 years and my husband's last name is De Oliveira. I would love to hear about your program.
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Jessyca Lewis Sep 16
Would you me to promote your book and interview you on ?
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te Pā Wines Sep 17
Thank you ! We were so proud to win Gold at the & to have won the NZ Wine of the Year at the same competition was the cherry on top. Can't wait for our chat with you for next week!
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BVWines News Sep 13
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BVWines News Sep 12
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Jessyca Lewis Sep 17
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Osvaldo Villar Sep 11
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Osvaldo Villar Sep 11
Replying to @thesisterswine
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