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    Fast facts about the New Zealand wine industry

    Tucked away in a remote corner of the globe is a place of glorious unspoiled landscapes, exotic flora and fauna, and a culture renowned for its spirit of youthful innovation. Read on for some fast facts about the New Zealand wine industry.

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    16 New Zealand Wine & Food celebrations you can’t miss in 2023

    Fill your calendar with these 16 tasty wine and food festivals and eat and drink your way through New Zealand in 2023.

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    History of New Zealand Winemaking

    At first glance, the history of wine in New Zealand looks very short. Wines made from classic European grape varieties have only been widely available since the 1980s, yet the grapevine was a common sight in the early colonists’ gardens. By the time of the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi in 1840, the first recorded New Zealand wine was already bottled. Wine has in fact has a long and fascinating history in New Zealand.

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