New Zealand has three top wine growing regions, Marlborough, Gisborne and Hawke’s Bay which produce some of the New World’s most popular and famous wines. This is particularly surprising as vines were only introduced to Marlborough as recently as 1973. The fantastic maritime climate and fertile soil mean that New Zealand’s wine is unlike any other in the New World. As well at its infamous Sauvignon Blanc, New Zealand’s reputation for Pinot Noir is invariably compared with top Burgundies and some of the best Pinot Noirs from around the world. We are delighted to offer you a collection of legendary names in New Zealand: Felton Road, Valli Vineyards and Dry River to name a few.