New Zealand - Marlborough

The Marlborough wine region of New Zealand is located to the most northeastern tip of the South Island. It’s known for its dry climate with strong diurnal variation through its combination of a cool, yet incredibly sunny weather standard with low rainfall. This allows for Marlborough to produce wines with piercing fruit intensity, strong varietal expression, and an unbelievable refreshing aftertaste. Sauvignon Blanc is the most grown varietal throughout the region, taking up over 75% of the total planting. Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc is singular as it produces a wine with vivid fruit, incredible aromatics, tropical qualities and divine mineral depth.

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Marlborough

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