Organic New Zealand Wines

New Zealand only has a short history of winemaking, and produces less than 1% of the world's wine. Yet it's famous Sauvignon Blancs and Pinot Noirs are to be found in nearly every wine shop and restaurant across the UK, such is the quality on offer. Thanks to the cool temperature, New Zealand organic wine has a much longer ripening period. This leads to a much more intense flavour, as well as much more purity in the notes of the wine. ...

There is plenty of acidity to the New Zealand wine, but you'll still get a lot of flavour. Organic New Zealand wine has found that balance between taste and freshness you can't help but love!

New Zealand is famous for its Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc, which has been called "the best in the world" by some wine critics. The wines from Nelson (on the northern tip of the South Island) make for a delicious alternative to the Marlborough style, and is another area where Pinot Noir can excel.

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  1. The Collectables Pinot Noir
    Marlborough, New Zealand
    This screams out 'Pinot' on all fronts, and manages to be delicate too.
    93% of 100
    Drink now Suitable for vegetarians Screw Cap
    £15.50 // bottle // pack
  2. The Millton Vineyards Te Arai Chenin Blanc
    Gisborne, New Zealand
    We just love this - honeyed pears and quince
    OK to keep Suitable for vegetarians Screw Cap Biodynamic
    £19.75 // bottle // pack

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