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Wine making and vine growing go back to colonial times in New Zealand. British Resident and keen oenologist James Busby was, as early as 1836, attempting to produce wine at his land in Waitangi and in 1851 New Zealand’s oldest existing vineyard was established by French Roman Catholic missionaries at Mission Estate in Hawke’s Bay.

During the 90’s and 00’s New Zealand broke through to the international stage with many award winning Sauvignon Blancs which put the country of the World Wine Map and still today it is regarding as producing some of the finest Sauvignon Blancs in the world. The South Island is now equally famous for producing wonderful, expressive Pinot Noir.

Marlborough

Marlborough, located at the North-Eastern tip of South Island, is New Zealand’s largest wine region in production and area. It is also the most well…

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Products from this country

  • Hãhã Pinot Noir

    New Zealand

    Elegant, juicy and vibrant best sums up this Marlborough Pinot Noir. Hãhã means savoury…

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  • Hãhã Sauvignon Blanc

    New Zealand

    A powerfully expressive Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc that is juicy and flavoursome, offering layers of…

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  • ME Sauvignon Blanc

    New Zealand

    ME - Matahiwi Estate - comes from New Zealand's North Island. Grapes are grown…

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  • Penny Lane Sauvignon Blanc

    New Zealand

    A distinctive Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc from an innovative wine brand taking a boutique winery…

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  • Penny Lane Pinot Noir Reserve

    New Zealand

    A fuller and spicier style of New Zealand Pinot Noir. The grapes are selected…

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  • Taumata Sauvignon Blanc

    New Zealand

    Taumata is the shortened form of the longest place name in the world -…

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  • Supper Club Sauvignon Blanc

    New Zealand

    2018 is Supper Club’s 8th vintage. It draws its Sauvignon grapes from two blocks…

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