New Zealand is a one of the youngest and most progressive wine producing
countries in the world. With wine growing regions spanning the latitudes of
36 to 45 degrees and covering the length of 1000 miles, grapes are grown in a vast
range of climates and soil types, producing a diverse array of styles.
New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc is rated throughout the world as the definitive
benchmark style for this varietal. The growing recognition for New Zealand
Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Riesling, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Merlot blends is helping
to further cement New Zealand's position as a producer of world class wines.
New Zealand stresses the importance of innovative practices in the vineyard and
winery which deliver quality in a sustainable and environmental manner, ensuring
that New Zealand meets a growing world demand for wines that have been produced
in a "clean and green" fashion.
OCD (Otto's Constant Dream)