When we mention New Zealand, you may think of the impressive nature, the Lord of the Rings films and Maori culture, but the country is also increasingly well known for its wine. There are about 700 wineries throughout the whole country. The cool summers and mild winters of the Southern hemisphere ensure a long growing season and slow ripening. The harvest time is between February and April, varying slightly according to the variety of grape and the particular micro-climate.
Are you ready to explore the vivid wine industry of New Zealand?
New Zealand is a relative newcomer in the international wine world and so is quite distinct from countries such as France with a history of vinification stretching back
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