Two Good

Four NZ whites won double gold medals at the San Francisco International Wine Competition – widely regarded as America’s premiere wine judging event. Babich Wines 2002 Sauvignon Blanc, Kim Crawford 2002 Sauvignon Blanc, Mt Difficulty 2003 Sauvignon Blanc, and Seifried Estate 2001 Barrique Fermented Chardonnay were each awarded a double gold medal – which indicates a unanimous pronouncement of gold by the judges.


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Mayfair Jeweller Jessica McCormack Speaks to AFR

Mayfair Jeweller Jessica McCormack Speaks to AFR

London-based New Zealander jeweller Jessica McCormack has been designing and selling ever since her first piece which Rihanna bought – with her regular clients now including the Duchess of Sussex, Bette…