Everything, which was a gold rush that is complicated journey to New Zealand winemaking. Land - The British transplant and "brought vines to the country in New Zealand wines father" James Busby 1830s and used by 1850s-run wineries Roman Catholic missionary, the discovery of gold in the 1860s focused swept - a California Americans had experienced 10 years ago as the strong New Zealand with a fury. It took another hundred years before the discovery of the New Zealand-based fruit treasure, and did not get their winemaking in the 1990s to international acclaim. But unlike the search for gold, it does not look like the top New Zealand wine will hit any time soon.

On the contrary, the truth is. New Zealand's 11 wine regions are growing in popularity, wine is now one of the country's top ten exports. Indeed, Sauvignon Blanc, wine country's main base, to thank for this. syrahs, chardonnays, reislings and vineyards are focused on growing biodynamic, renewable - - especially the Pinot noirs that the development of other styles of wines from around the world more exciting for those who drink. These are some of New Zealand's North and South islands have to offer.

Osawa Wines

Hawke's Bay: Taizo Osawa, who love to wine to travel to a Japanese civil engineer, the US, Australia and New Zealand to choose a place to start his own winery. He said the North Island in 2006. He Rod McDonald to help with the east side, where planted his first vines, ended up in a sheep farm in Hawke's Bay, New Zealand named winemaker of the year in 2006, Osawa well established winery with 11 different kinds of Pinot noir are the most well known (cherry, strawberry, brown spices) and Chardonnay (light and creamy).

Trinity Hill

Hawke's Bay: Trinity Hill Endurance architectural awards concrete compound esque design, and location of the winery in the former river bed Ngaruroro are born great wines. It is a thing of the biggest names in Hawke's Bay, and packaged wine industry with the production of a wide range of varietals that show great range of veterans region. If you have to choose, go for a Chardonnay, Cab blend or syrah.

Rippon Vineyard

Central Otago to: Rippon is an exceptional vineyard. It is located in the growing region of southern wine world, Central Otago, and chemical fertilizers and rejected pesticides and wine Agriculture production of organic wines and relies on a comprehensive understanding of the use of the biodynamic process Is. Central Otago is known for its Pinot Noir, and Rippon some of the best, as well as a light Riesling and a osteiner - varietal a refreshing and rare.

Burn Cottage Vineyard

Central Otago Pinot Noir is not in its quality, Burn Cottage Vineyard Like many other Central Otago the wineries, but Kansas farming and their American heritage property owners in Colorado again. Nor the decision to run fully biodynamic in 1990. Nor artwork, the label in which a Goethe poem from memory featuring characters and the craft beer fresh. 10 hectares of vineyard highland cattle, sheep and olive grove, to lend a hand filled with the fertilizer, which is located alongside a 20-hectare farm.


Marlboro: Its name comes from the soil where the grapes through New Zealand's most common sandstone, owners of vineyards found aplenty by Kevin and Kimberly Judd is produced 73% of the Marlboro, where wine Is. But the stony soil borne great fruit, especially Sauvignon Blanc that was synonymous with the late New Zealand wine; they also taste wild yeast that "thyme and toasted sesame to" use "Wild Sauvignon with".

Foxes Island

Marlboro He learned wine in Bordeaux in 1992. He returned to his native New Zealand Foxes great winemaking for years before he began to open Island (and alcohol counseling) Development founder and winemaker John Belsham Resume call you What will a single vintage Chardonnay is now the biggest new star, Pinot noir ,, the area, which takes up 70% of the vineyard plantings and extend the top-rated reisling.


Marlboro: those of Pinot Noir, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon commute five stars in 1990. All the rankings of Montepulciano to make the leap to New Zealand, they decided to reduce the credit laughed before Therese Herzog and the winemakers were well established in his native Switzerland, production, non-interventionist winemaking. An overly memorable, but the mark of three Michelin stars at the winery during a five-course dinner in the restaurant and drink bistro.

Neudorf Vineyards

Nelson: One of the smallest wine regions in New Zealand, is one of the most beautiful in the sun, the north of the South Island. A driver gets visitors to many of the region's best wineries - and Neudorf is a must. The owners, Tim and Judy Finn, started his winery in 1978 and the first structure as described by hand in 1980 (the "Beautiful Shade") built today concerts in backyard host. The cellar door outlet of the high points of Pinot Noir (she is the "European Bank" is that the New Zealand Pinot) and Nelson a complex that thrives in the sunny hills of soft, fine Chardonnay.

Bell Hill

Canterbury: Opened in 1997, the Bell Hill Central Otago was to receive a five-star score in the ranking, and the NZ Marlborough vineyards outside of this great New Zealand Pinot Noir. It reinforces the house of Canterbury as a region, and Bell Hill as a powerhouse, the point at which it is completely focused on,

Palliser Estate

Martinborough, Wairarapa: Palliser well-regarded wine since 1989 in the city of Martinborough, has been a veteran in the IT industry. State include conference facilities and a small cooking school, but they just complement the wines: the award-winning Pinot noirs and chardonnays, plus a beautiful shine Methode Traditionnelle a 51/49 mixture of two percent, respectively.

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