New Zealand, but a tiny blip on the radar in terms of world wine production, and accounting for less than a quarter of a percent of the worlds wine, has some of the ‘new worlds’ finest wines.
New Zealand has taken Sauvignon Blanc and put its own brilliantly zesty stamp on it, creating a wine style that combines delicious tropical fruit flavours with lively, fresh-tasting acidity and a directness that makes them especially satisfying.
It ranks alongside Burgundy and California as a world class producer of Pinot Noir, as well as producing other fine wines from some of the most scenic areas in the world.
So why not join us as we taste our way through some of the delights that New Zealand has to offer as we discuss just what it is that has put this region so firmly on the map as top wine producing country through its determination and winemaking abilities.
On this evening a minimum of 6 wines will be tasted.
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