Wines from the Bottom of the World – Part2

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Martinborough has Emerged as a Top Wine Region in New Zealand

We are back in Kiwi country to continue our discussion on what makes these wines so special. Our guests are Annette Voss, owner and wine maker at Voss Estates and Peter Richards, Executive Director of Crossing Estates.

We touched on many issues today including the hot topic of screw tops wines.

Find more informaton about todays guests at:

> Annette Voss of Voss Estates: www.vossestate.co.nz
> Peter Richards of Crossing Estates: www.thecrossings.co.nz

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Show #36
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Hawks Bay Growing Region

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Central Otago 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

1 Response to “Wines from the Bottom of the World – Part2”


  1. 1 Matt May 2nd, 2006 at 12:34 pm

    I’d love to see a show, or a series of shows, on Australia. With 1400 wineries, and a multitude of different growing regions, there’s a lot to learn.

    A guest from Moss Wood, Penfolds, Rosemount Estate, Yalumb,a or Peter Lehmann would be great.

    And the wines that are coming out of Australia are absolutely stunning, and compare very well against the New World Red’s coming out of California, except the prices are usually much lower.

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