Wines from the Bottom of the World – Part1

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Vines Growing the the Famous New Zealand Marlborough Region

New Zealand’s 15 major wine growing regions cover over 1,000 miles of diverse geography. The varied topography, soil types, and climate conditions all play a major role in the wide range of varietal options the country has to offer.

New Zealand has earned international recognition for producing world-class wines. Whether it be Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Noir, Riesling or many other varietals, New Zealand has earned a reputation for producing wines that wine lovers treasure.

Today we interviewed:

> David Strada of New Zealand Wine: www.nzwine.com
> Alan Scott of Alan Scott Wines: www.allanscott.com

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Hawks Bay Growing Region

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Central Otago Growing Region

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Martinborough Growing Region

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Canterbury Growing Region

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Northland Growing Region

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Waiheke Island Growing Region

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Bay of Plenty Growing Region

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Gisborne Growing Region

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Nelson Growing Region

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