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New Zealand extends 1,600km (1000 miles) from sub-tropical Northland (36° S) to the world’s most southerly grape growing region Central Otago (46° S). Vineyards benefit from the moderating effect of the maritime climate (no vineyard is more than 120km, or 80 miles, from the ocean) with long sunshine hours and nights cooled by sea breezes.

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New Zealand wine is distinctive for its purity, vibrancy and intensity. The long ripening period - a result of cool temperatures - allows flavour development whilst retaining fresh acidity, a balance for which New Zealand wines are renowned. There are a number of distinct major winegrowing regions spread throughout New Zealand, with the majority on the East coast of the Islands in the rain shadow of the mountains. Within these diverse regions, sub-regional characteristics are beginning to show through and wines are now being distinguished as being not just from a wine region, but from a sub-region and a place. We hope you enjoy discovering our regions and producers.

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Haha Wine: WineNZ recommends our Pinots

We were stoked to discover that two of our Pinots have been recommended by WineNZ Magazine following their autumn 2016 tasting.  The judges were Simon Nash MW, Ant MacKenzie, and Rod Easthope.   Judges comments on our Hãhã 2014 Marlborough Reserve … Continued The post WineNZ recommends our Pinots appeared first on Hãhã Wine.

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[19 March 2016] Video--on the pig's back.

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Haha Wine: Juicy, Generous and Really Good Value for Money

Looking for a Marlborough Savvy that is juicy, generous and really good... The post Juicy, Generous and Really Good Value for Money appeared first on Hãhã Wine.

Haha Wine: Mouth watering recipe to match with our Pinot Gris

Question: What do you do when you discover your wine selected as... The post Mouth watering recipe to match with our Pinot Gris appeared first on Hãhã Wine.

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