New Zealand: The real Hobson’s choice
When William Hobson left his Waterford home at the age of nine to seek his fortune, few would have forecast his future influence on New Zealand governance – and wine
Two weeks ago, the annual calendar of wine fairs kicked off, with New Zealand taking over the Aviva Stadium to celebrate 21 years of New Zealand Wine Fairs in Ireland. Our Irish connection with New Zealand wine goes back long before this, however, before the arrival of Cloudy Bay in the late 1980s, and back to the very foundations of modern New Zealand itself.
At an incredible nine years of age, William Hobson left his family...
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