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There's no shortage of good wine in New Zealand, and with over 40 varieties across 10 regions, there's something for every palate.
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At first glance, the history of wine in New Zealand looks short. Wines made from classic European grape varieties have only been widely available since the 1980s and only since the 1990s have the country’s Sauvignon Blancs and – later - Pinot Noirs carved out a significant presence in international markets.
Pour yourself a glass of New Zealand this Sauvignon Blanc Day. On 5 May, International Sauvignon Blanc Day, raise a glass to New Zealand's flagship wine and its continuing evolution.