PHIL PARKER makes a return trip to the wineries of Central Otago and discovers that it’s a remarkable region with remarkable wines.
Author: Phil Parker
PHIL PARKER gets acquainted with Akarua wine in a vertical tasting with a hint of horizontal floor-holding.
Before the Covid-19 restrictions, wine writer PHIL PARKER ran a thriving wine tourism operation. Now, he’s had to rethink everything.
Ever wondered why we seemed to change from cork tops to steel caps almost overnight in New Zealand? Wine expert PHIL PARKER has the answer.
PHIL PARKER delves into the confusing world of the natural wine movement where definitions are loose but there’s much to applaud.
In his first column for Witchdoctor, wine writer PHIL PARKER promises never to use lines like “touches of leather and a little bit of manure” or “entwined in a tryst with elements of stone and citrus.” Welcome aboard, Phil!