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New Zealand

With its Wine Regions stretch from 35° to 45° South of Latitude. New Zealand is the Southern-most wine producing country in the world. Almost the entire country’s wine regions have temperate maritime climate, with exception of Central Otago, and Northland has some sub-tropical features.

In general, New Zealand is suitable to grow cooler climate wine varieties. The production volume is topped by Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris. However the country is also famed for cool-climate Syrah, medium body Chardonnay, aromatic varieties and some Bordeaux varieties.

New Zealand has a total wine production volume around half million tonne per year. (3/4 from Marlborough alone) The wine industry in recent years experiences steady growth in both production and global demand.

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