Marlborough Wine Region (New Zealand) Reviews
Newest Review: ... air. The area is famed for its Sauvignon Blancs and also produces some excellent Pinot Gris, Pinto Noir, Riesling and Gewurztraminer. Unfortunately, not every winery here is open to the public and not all the ones that are, are worth visiting. However, there are plenty trying to tempt you through their doors either for a spot of sampling or to enjoy a meal at one of the bespoke eateries. Many of the wineries are very close to each other and as such, it makes for an easy day or two of travelling round winery hopping, just make sure you have either nominated a driver beforehand or have sorted out some accomodation! One of my personal favo... more
Customer Marlborough Wine Region (New Zealand) Reviews (1)
by - written on 16/04/10 (Very useful, 29 readings)
Just west of the small town of Blenheim in the north of New Zealand's South Island lies the Marlborough Wine Region, home to the annual Marlborough Wine Festival and around 60-odd wineries. This area is New Zealand's biggest for wine production and is also one of the largest in the world. With this in mind, I paid the area a visit during a recent holiday in the country. The area is perfect for grape growing owing to long sunny days, flat terrain and cool nocturnal sea air. The area is famed for its Sauvignon Blancs and also produces some excellent Pinot Gris, Pinto Noir, Riesling and Gewurztraminer. Unfortunately, not every winery here is open to ... Read the complete review
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