The wine production has existed since hundred and fifty years across the world and for a country like New Zealand, it’s just in the recent years, that this country has seen a rapid growth in the production of wine. The main characteristic of New Zealand wine is its unique appealing taste which forces one to go for a sip after sip, a number of times.
The wines of New Zealand, when compared with wines of old world, offers a lot of discreet differences right from growing grapes to packaging. The old world always mentions the country or region or a specific place of a vineyard on the bottle rather than the details of grapes while New Zealand gives preference to the grape. One more distinguishable point is the sealing lids at the top of the bottle. In New Zealand, they use screw caps while the rest prefers a cork, which means they are very accessible. Exclusive voucher codes available if you interested in online shopping.
The most preferred wine of New Zealand is undoubtedly from the grape variety Sauvignon Blanc, which has a combination of explosive flavors and the main reason behind this country’s success in wines. The other few good quality grape varieties of New Zealand include Chardonnay, which is catching up fast next to Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Noir, Red Bordeaux Blends and Syrah which are grown here and contribute to the maximum production of wine in New Zealand.