News Zealand Pinot Noir Wine

Native to Burgundy and notoriously fickle, the Pinot Noir grape has found a home away from home in New Zealand. Predominantly grown in the cooler southerly regions, winemakers tease a tantalising array of distinctive regional and terroir-driven styles from the land. Common to all however, are Old World structure and elegance overlaying New World power and fruit intensity.

Marlborough's Rising Star

Predominantly grown in the cooler southerly regions, winemakers tease a tantalising array of distinctive regional and terroir-driven styles from the land from this grape.

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Native to Burgundy and notoriously fickle, the Pinot Noir grape has found a home away from home in New Zealand. Predominantly grown in the cooler southerly regions, winemakers tease a tantalising array of distinctive regional and terroir-driven styles from the land. Common to all however, are Old World structure and elegance overlaying New World power and fruit intensity.

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