New Zealand may only make a small quantity of wine compared to other countries, but its outstanding quality means that they command the highest average price per bottle of any wine producing country in the world.
A long, cool growing season produces white wines of exceptional fruit intensity, classic varietal character and tingling acidity.
Sauvignon Blanc has become New Zealand's signature grape, with wines winning international acclaim for over three decades. In terms of reputation Pinot Noir is now enjoying great success for much the same reason as Sauvignon Blanc and some lovely quality wine is being produced.
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