Category: New Zealand wine

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    Main Divide Riesling Pegasus Bay Review

    Moving into the sweet side of the spectrum, in a way strongly reminiscent of muscat wine, Main Divide Pegasus Bay is off-dry, and driven predominantly by sweet floral notes of honeysuckle and white fruits. As the riper fruit notes (apricot and other stone fruits) gradually fade away, a more tart note of citrus fruits (lime, predominantly) moves into the front of the palate and really rounds off the sweeter notes present... Continue reading

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    New Zealand Wine – What does the island offer?

    A number of wines variety are made in New Zealand, and the most popular of them are the grassy whites with pungent odor made from Sauvignon Blanc in Marlborough. Another wine that proved itself worthy to New Zealand's terroir is the Pinot Noir and is home in Marlborough, Central Otago, and Martinborough, where wines are described as muscular and dense with strong dark fruit flavor. Continue reading