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New Zealand is renowned for its fresh vibrant Sauvignon Blanc and soft fruity Pinot Noir. Owing to the ideal grape growing conditions provided by its long growing season and cool maritime climate, New Zealand also produces some  premium-quality cool-climate wines, including Chardonnay, Riesling, Pinot Gris, Syrah and Bordeaux-style reds.

There are 10 major wine-producing regions in New Zealand.  The most prominent of which are Marlborough and Hawke’s Bay.

Te Mata, established in 1896, produces internationally recognized wines exclusively from its Hawke’s Bay vineyards.

Lake Chalice, founded in 1989 in New Zealand’s main wine-growing region - Marlborough, produces wines reflecting the diverse microclimates and terroir of the Marlborough valley.