New Zealand

Frosts in 2021 and apocalyptic floods in 2023, at least 2022 saw a relatively trouble-free, generous harvest. New Zealand’s relatively pristine environment, large variation between night and day temperatures, and vineyards protected from rainfall by tall mountain ranges, give great conditions for making fruit-filled wines. In the southern hemisphere these cooler latitudes are only shared by Tasmania and Patagonia. Following New Zealand’s huge worldwide success with Sauvignon Blanc, now it is raising the stakes with Pinot Noir as well, particularly from Central Otago, Martinborough and Marlborough. We also rather like the Cabernet Sauvignons and Merlots from Hawke’s Bay.

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