New Zealand

Discover New Zealand Wine

A land of two islands, New Zealand’s wine industry has been one of the biggest success stories of the last few decades. On the eastern coast we find Hawkes Bay, New Zealand’s oldest wine region. Famous for Cabernet grown on the soils of Gimblett Gravels, Merlot, Syrah and Chardonnay are also produced here by producers such as Vidal. At the southernmost end of the north island is Martinborough, home to Dry River, one of the first producers to plant in a small sub-region called the Martinborough Terrace.

Hop across to the northern end of the southern island and you’ll find yourself in Marlborough, responsible for world renowned Sauvignon Blanc, using temperature controlled fermentations and stainless steel to preserve the pure, primary fruit characteristics.

Travel south along the east coast and you’ll come to Canterbury. A large region spanning nearly 200km of New Zealands east coast and home to one of the country’s most reputable sub-regions Waipara Valley. Pegasus Bay take full advantage of Waipara’s unique characteristics by creating ripe, expressive riesling, dense Pinot Noir and vibrant Chardonnay. New Zealands most famous region for pinot noir is Central Otago, an inland region and home to some of the world’s most southerly vineyards. Valli Vineyards are owned by winemaker Garant Taylor who produces four distinct Pinot Noirs, each from a different sub-region, Gibbston, Bannockburn, Bendigo and Waitaki, highlighting the unique differences between each of their character.

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