Home to Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc, Central Otago Pinot Noir, and South Island Riesling, New Zealand wine is, justifiably, hallowed ground for cool climate, finickety grape varieties, managing to coax even the trickiest of grapes out of its shell, into an absolute stunner of a wine.
New Zealand's topography is some of the most beautiful, and the most extreme, in the world. As a result, New Zealand wine is equally breathtaking in return. With sea mists, dramatic mountains and some of the most brutal ocean currents in the world all creating their own microclimates, New Zealand wines often have an ethereal quality to them - brilliant clarity of fruit with a hint of other-worldly beauty. Our selection tries to give an insight into the magnificent winemaking that is happening there. Kia ora (cheers)!