Some stars from New Zealand
6 Oct 2010 by Team JR
New Zealand wine is enjoying quite extraordinary popularity at the moment - and I don't think it is just because the Kiwi grape glut has sent the price of the country's signature wine, Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc, tumbling. Brits, Australians and even Americans are now clamouring for a wide range of different varietals (and I mean varietals, the wines, not varieties, the grapes in this case) from the land of the long white cloud. Some of the best-selling wines in Australia now come from New Zealand. I was surprised to see in our recent members' survey that New Zealand wine was more popular than Australian, even though so much less...

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