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New Zealand's distinctive winegrowing regions each have unique soils and climatic conditions that are expressed in the wines produced.
Our temperate maritime climate allows a wide range of wine varieties to flourish. Whatever your preferences, we’re sure to have a wine to suit your palate.
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New Zealand’s wine industry is one of the youngest in the world, but the 'can-do' attitude of our pioneering winemakers and growers put in place a solid base for our innovative, world-class industry to flourish.
Protecting our clean, clear air is vitally important, and any vineyard or winery activities that could potentially impact it are constantly examined and refined.
In their role as kaitiaki (guardians) of our environment, New Zealand’s wine producers take a leading role in the conservation of wildlife and the environment, in their vineyards and beyond.
Reduce, reuse and recycle; by-products are routinely diverted from the waste stream and turned to beneficial use.
High energy demands of wine production has seen the industry turn to energy conservation as a key focus area.
The success of New Zealand’s wine industry depends strongly on the commitment and passion of the employees behind it.
The world expects high quality, unique wines from New Zealand. To maintain our standards we need to ensure our vines, grapes and wines are protected from the impacts of weather, disease and pests.
New Zealand viticulturists have a special relationship with their soil because of the strong influence it has on the style and character of resulting wines.
Sustainable water management within the wine industry centres on minimising water use and protecting the purity of our water sources.
Sustainability extends far beyond the vineyard and winery for businesses involved in wine production.