July 2018: Food and wine

New Zealand offers an opportunity to experience a diverse range of world class food and wine.

Waiheke Island
Read on to find out about some helpful resources to assist you build a tasty itinerary for your clients. 

Food and wine training module    

The 100% Pure New Zealand Specialist programme has recently launched a brand new food and wine module. The module outlines some of New Zealand’s tastiest experiences, and shows how you can infuse these throughout any itinerary. 

Click here to login and start the module. 

New Zealand Wine     

New Zealand Winegrowers is the national organization for the country’s grape and wine sector. Their website offers a helpful guide to the different varieties of wine, and the best regions to experience these. 

Click here to visit the New Zealand Wine website.    

Eat New Zealand     

Eat New Zealand is a movement initiated by some of New Zealand’s key people from the food industry. They have created an online platform to promote some of the best food and drink options around the country. 

Search by region for a curated list of places to eat and drink, events, farmer’s markets, and local tours. There is also an itinerary function which is designed to help you create a wish list of places your clients may want to visit. 

Click here to visit the Eat New Zealand website. 

Classic New Zealand Wine Trail     

The Classic New Zealand Wine Trail is a great option for self-drive itineraries in the lower North Island. 

The Wine Trail encompasses three wine regions – Hawke’s Bay, Wairarapa and Marlborough, together responsible for more than 80% of New Zealand’s total wine production. 

Click here to visit the Classic New Zealand Wine Trail trade and media hub. Here you will find themed itineraries, a trade toolkit, a map and images. 

Newzealand.com – food and wine hub    

Read about food and wine experiences across New Zealand, events, guided tours and itineraries for your clients on newzealand.com. 

Click here to visit the food and wine hub.