New Zealand

Though the white wines of New Zealand are the most famous, the reds certainly shouldn’t be ignored. The red wines produced in New Zealand vary greatly and our range represents the leading wine growing regions of the country and the many different types of wine available.

The majority of New Zealand reds are made from a blend of varietals including Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and occasionally Cabernet Franc and Malbec. There are also a great range of Pinot Noirs produced in the regions and Hawkes Bay has recently become known for the quality of its Syrah, Tempranillo and Sangiovese.

The climate in New Zealand has been compared to that of Bordeaux in some parts and as warm as Southern Spain is others which allows it to grow grapes on par with Europe’s finest growing region. There are almost 50,000 acres of vines across Australia, ensuring a steady supply of quality wines comes our way.

Though the white wines of New Zealand are the most famous, the reds certainly shouldn’t be ignored. The red wines produced in New Zealand vary greatly and our range represents the leading wine growing regions of the country and the many different types of wine available.

The majority of New Zealand reds are made from a blend of varietals including Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and occasionally Cabernet Franc and Malbec. There are also a great range of Pinot Noirs produced in the regions and Hawkes Bay has recently become known for the quality of its Syrah, Tempranillo and Sangiovese.

The climate in New Zealand has been compared to that of Bordeaux in some parts and as warm as Southern Spain is others which allows it to grow grapes on par with Europe’s finest growing region. There are almost 50,000 acres of vines across Australia, ensuring a steady supply of quality wines comes our way.

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