The wines of New Zealand are probably well-known via different ways depending upon where you are in the world. For instance, when living the US, everyone knew of the Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc, but few knew about the Pinot Noir being made further down the South Island in Central Otago. From what I gather, wine drinkers in the UK have known about both for some item, although the Sauvignon Blanc still reigns supreme in terms of quantity due to the price and the immediately approachable aspect to it. Marlborough Sauv Blanc […]
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