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Within an hour of leaving your office in Wellington you can be sipping wine at a cellar door in Marlborough – a world away from the hustle and bustle of New Zealand’s ‘coolest little capital’.
While it would take more than a long weekend to do justice to visiting Canterbury - New Zealand’s largest region – there’s a hidden gem just an hour from Christchurch airport that’s ripe for a short stay getaway.
For a small country persistently punching above its weight, the classic combination of Kiwi ingenuity and innovation has been the key to New Zealand’s success… especially in the wine industry.
Auckland has a proud history of wine making and in today’s sophisticated urban metropolis you’re never far from a renowned vineyard, bar or eatery where you can enjoy the legacy of its early pioneers.
The boutique wine region of Nelson is a holiday haven with year-round sunshine, golden sand beaches, vast national parks and some of the best wine and food you’ll find anywhere in the world.