1. Vintage 2007 - it's a ripper! Despite a few frosts in Marlborough at the wrong time, the 205,000 tonne harvest has delivered fruit of very high quality and with flavours that have the wine-makers deleriously happy.
2. Geographical indications: The new law is in place and wineries should be looking to take advantage of it for marketing purposes.
3. Wine in a can made easy: Amcor in Australia have developed sophisticated techniques for using cans as a wine container.
4. Water filtering technology: GE's Zenon Membrane Solutions are cleaning up.
5. Barrel cellars - their costs and hazards: Transfield Worley pass on their expertise on the subject.
6. Sustainability is a buzzword these days, but wineries need to understand what it really means: Palliser Estate Wines has it all sorted.
7. Hawke's Bay reds cause a fuss in London: John Buck and friends stage a tasting of HB reds for some of the best-known wine critics and writers in the world.
8. Vineyards from the ground up: Birger Nordmark looks at the fine detail of planning a great vineyard
9. Our screw caps are healthy: Winegrowers says there's nothing to fear over suggestions there might be something nasty lurking inside our screw caps.
10. Double gold for single vineyard wines: Villa Maria scores highly at the 2007 International Wine Challenge in London.
11. Eurotec Instruments: Newly appointed distributors of Biosystems' gas detectors.
12. New chair: NZ Winegrowers appoints Steve Smith as chair of the Air New Zealand Wine Awards.
13. Wine Technology partners with HospitalityNZ