New Zealand is known for its pure and charming Sauvignon Blanc, in fact, there are lots of grape varieties. It has 270 thousand square kilometres, crosses 10 degrees from 36 degree south latitude to 46 degree south latitude. Its wine region widens by 1600 square kilometres, almost reached the best south pole of the wine world. New Zealand has a temperate maritime climate and various geographical landscapes. The stretch of famous Southern Alps; the water source is rich. Many volcanos and hot springs on North Island; lots of glaciers and lakes on South Island. Such diversity creates various grapes and wine styles for New Zealand.
Pinot Noir is originally from Burgundy, known as its difficult planting. However, it gets settled in New Zealand which is far away from its homeland. New Zealand’s Pinot Noir contains subtle tannin and excited elegant. You can smell its strongly fruits, herbs, spices and wild flavour. The diversity of New Zealand’s climate and soil gives its Pinot Noir a various styles.