Le Maitre Day invites Wine Club members to experience harvest at Gibbston ValleyPublished: April 23, 2014 Category: Events
The region's oldest vineyards are ready for picking.
It's almost that time again for Gibbston Valley's annual Le Maitre Day event on Sunday, 27 April, where Wine Club members are invited to join in the harvest fun. Le Maitre Day, also known as Home Block Harvest, is a unique opportunity for all members to experience picking fruit from one of the region's oldest vineyards.
Planted about 25 years ago, by the winery's founder and Central Otago winemaking pinoeer Alan Brady, the Home Block vineyard has become an iconic part…
Get A Taste of Autumn in Arrowtown: Wine and food pairing event on May 1Published: April 17, 2014 Category: Gibbston Valley
Gibbston Valley hosts an evening of wine and food to celebrate the season
The tempurature is dropping and the leaves are changing from green to vibrant shades of crimson and gold. Autumn has arrived in Arrowtown. Gibbston Valley is celebrating the season with A Taste of Autumn on 1 May at their boutique wine bar and cafe, A Taste of Gibbston Valley, in Arrowtown from 7 p.m. - 9 p.m.
This event is being held as part of the annual Arrowtown Autumn Festival…
Gibbston Valley Wine Aging ChartPublished: April 10, 2014 Category: News
See what to cellar and what's ready to drink now
Should I drink this bottle of wine now or should I wait a few more years for a really special occasion to celebrate? If you’ve been cellaring bottles of Gibbston Valley Wine, you may be asking yourself this on a daily basis.
Wine lovers know that good vintages are a percious commodity and knowing when to drink them is key. But, who can keep up with the ever-changing evolution of what’s inside a sealed bottle? That’s why Gibbston Valley decided to take the guesswork out…