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Category Archives: New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc

Can you tell if a wine is any good just by tasting it? Impressions from a Craggy Range Tasting

Have you ever been unimpressed with a wine on first taste, but then fallen in love with it over the course of a meal? Well, according to a very interesting article by Decanter’s Andrew Jefford “digestibility is as much a …

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Greystone Wines Sauvignon Blanc: A Waipara Valley Alternative to Marlborough

Another region featured at the New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc Master Class was Waipara Valley in Canterbury, just north of Christchurch and south of Marlborough. Waipara used to be famous for its Canterbury lamb, but in last 30 years it has …

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Giesen August Sauvignon Blanc: ‘Pushing the Boundaries for Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc’

In yesterday’s post, New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc Master Class,  I mentioned how New Zealand winemakers were experimenting with exciting new ways to make the country’s standard bearer sauvignon blanc. One of the highlights of the evening was the inaugural vintage …

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