Wines from New Zealand

New Zealand consists of two islands with a length of approximately 450 miles each. 

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Framingham Classic Riesling 2015
Marlborough, N. Zealand
Riesling
BGN 33.90
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Framingham Old Riesling 2016
Marlborough, N. Zealand
Riesling
BGN 51.90
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Framingham Select Riesling 2016
Marlborough, N. Zealand
Riesling
BGN 67.90
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Framingham Noble Riesling 2018
Marlborough, N. Zealand
Riesling
BGN 53.90
BGN 45.82
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Mayfly Sauvignon Blanc Marlborough 2020
Marlborough, N. Zealand
Sauvignon Blanc
BGN 22.90
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Babich Marlborough Pinot Gris 2019
Marlborough, N. Zealand
Pinot Gris
BGN 24.90
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Babich Sauvignon Blanc 2020
Marlborough, N. Zealand
Sauvignon Blanc
BGN 24.90
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Pinot Noir Cloudy Bay 2015
Marlborough, N. Zealand
Pinot Noir
BGN 66.90
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Sauvignon blanc Rabbit Island 2019
Нелсън, N. Zealand
Sauvignon Blanc
BGN 17.50
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Sauvignon Blanc Giesen Estate 2020
Marlborough, N. Zealand
Sauvignon Blanc
BGN 22.90

If the country was in the Northern Hemisphere, it would be at about the same latitude as North Africa, generally considered too hot to grow grapes. But because both islands are relatively long and narrow, the influence of the ocean helps keep temperatures lower than they would in the Northern Hemisphere.

New Zealand is part of the New World, but for its relatively short time as a winemaker, it has become synonymous with the exciting and perfumed Sauvignon Blanc, in a way that no other area has ever been associated.

North Island

The two main wine-growing regions here are Auckland at the northern end of the island and Hawke's Bay on the east coast south of Gisborne. Closer to the equator, these areas are warmer than those on the South Island, but still cooler than areas of the same latitude in the Northern Hemisphere. Here the bold Sauvignon Blanc and even Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot are established in the national wine production.

South Island came to the wine scene as a quality producer only when Cloudy Bay in Marlborough at the northern end of the island began its production of Sauvignon Blanc and rose to the top in a short time. In recent years, the exquisite Pinot Noir from New Zealand is also gaining popularity - we expect more and more elegant proposals from this part of the Southern Hemisphere.