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  • Jancis Robinson
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  • Jancis Robinson
3 Mar 2009

Pinot Noir Week continues. New Zealand was already showing signs of Pinotmania at the turn of the century and total plantings of Pinot Noir overtook those of Chardonnay to become the country’s second most planted grape variety after Sauvignon Blanc in 2006. With its distance from the equator and naturally high acidities, New Zealand is…

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