Celebrate 10 years with the namesakes of our Marchand & Burch label at these intimate dining events to be held in Melbourne and Perth this May 2018.
Not just for the showmanship, Howard Park are committed to bottling wines en Magnum because they are a smart choice for the wine connoisseur. Read on to find out why.
Celebrating the females behind the brand.
For Howard Park, International Women’s Day has particular meaning. As a family-owned winery, women take up leading roles within the business, and are key drivers in propelling the company forward.
Mother-and-daughter duo Amy & Natalie Burch are Howard Park’s greatest champions, imbuing their passion and expertise at all levels.
Chief Winemaker Janice McDonald rounds out the team with her combination of authenticity, ambition and modesty; achieving great accolades in her 7-year tenure to date & constantly steering the wines into new stylistic territory.
We take a look at some of their achievements and get their reflections on what the day means to them.
We are pretty darn excited about our involvement with Fringe Festival in Perth. This year’s festival promises to be everything but boring. Here’s our take on how to approach the festival because there is no fun in being uptight. Go play, and embrace the sinful fun that is the world’s 3rd largest Fringe Festival!!
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