Bob Campbell MW
Decanter Magazine, Wine Writer & New Zealand Expert
Bob Campbell MW is wine editor of Taste magazine and Air New Zealand’s in-flight magazine KiaOra. He is New Zealand editor for Gourmet Traveller Wine and has written for wine publications in seven countries. Nearly 23,000 people have attended Campbell’s wine certificate courses, which he runs in New Zealand, Asia and Europe. He is chairman of the New Zealand International Wine Show, and has been a senior judge in wine competitions in 10 countries.
Te Mata Coleraine: Top wines from 1982 to 2016
Fifteen of the best from a 32-vintage vertical tasting...
Sauvignon Blanc to change your mind
Unimpressed with Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc? Bob Campbell MW shares how to find the best ones...
Bob Campbell’s top 20 New Zealand Pinot Noirs
Bob Campbell MW selects 20 of the best New Zealand Pinot Noirs he's tasted in the past eight months
Top 10 New Zealand Syrah
New Zealand: a Pinot Noir paradise
Over the past 30 years, New Zealand’s Pinot Noir has gone from strength to strength and become a serious player on the world stage. Here, Bob Campbell MW highlights the stylistic differences between each of the country’s five main regions, and the key estates and wines to watch...
Waipara is the new Marlborough
Forget Marlborough. With excellent growing conditions and an influx of producers, Waipara is stepping out of New Zealand’s shadows straight into the spotlight. BOB CAMPBELL MW explains why
Damian Martin: New Zealand's first 'grand cru' vineyard site
The dream: combining the best Old and New World practices to make terroir-driven wines from New Zealand’s first ‘grand cru’ vineyard site. Bob Campbell MW meets the force behind an ambitious vision
Martinborough: In Focus
One of New Zealand’s premier Pinot regions, Martinborough is becoming more accessible as producers introduce less expensive second and third wines, writes BOB CAMPBELL MW��