Pinot Noir New Zealand 2025 Invites Global Wine Lovers to Reconnect


Christchurch, New ZealandJune 20, 2024 From February 11 to 13, 2025, New Zealand’s South Island city of Ōtautahi Christchurch will host a community united by their reverence for Pinot Noir. 

Pinot Noir New Zealand 2025 (PNNZ 2025) marks its return after an eight-year hiatus, promising an exciting lineup at a contemporary venuein Aotearoa’s ‘oldest and newest’ city. Tickets are now available, with a cautionary note that previous events have sold out quickly. 

“We are beyond excited to announce the release of tickets for Pinot Noir New Zealand 2025 to be held next year in February. We have some amazing speakers lined up and are looking forward to hosting influential trade and media from our key export markets. This is the chance for experts from around the world to experience New Zealand’s phenomenal Pinot Noir at the incredible Te Pae conference center. For anyone engaged in the global wine scene, it is an opportunity not to be missed,” says Michael Henley MW, PNNZ 2025 Chair. 

“With an exciting three-day program and over 70 wineries participating, attendees can expect to immerse themselves in the stories of the land, people, and culture of New Zealand. There is no better opportunity to get under the skin of New Zealand Pinot Noir and discover what makes it so unique.” 

One of the United Kingdom’s most respected New Zealand wine commentators, Rebecca Gibb MW says, “Pinot Noir New Zealand 2025 is the opportunity to reconnect with a constantly evolving wine community whose thirst for self-improvement can never be quenched.” 

Australian film director and author Damon Gameau, known for his documentaries ‘That Sugar Film’ and ‘2040’, will also be featured at the event. Reflecting on our interconnectedness with nature, Damon will deliver an inspiring perspective on the regenerative actions we can take now and in the future to better our industry, our place, and our planet. 

Guests will have the opportunity to ‘reconnect, engage, listen, taste, and learn’ in what will arguably be the most important 2025 event to explore New Zealand Pinot Noir. 

Tickets and more information can be found at