Wine Regions of Australia & New Zealand

Australia, a land built by pioneers, is a wine pioneer as well. Never a country to enjoy conforming to rules, Australia has made its own, extremely successful upfront wine styles - all at an affordable price.

New Zealand is another country that challenges the Old World wines, especially with its benchmark style of Sauvignon Blanc. Generally speaking, it produces cool-climate New World wines that are less brash than those produced in Australia, and it excels at grapes that the Aussies find more difficult, such as Pinot Noir and Riesling.

Producing the bold, upfront flavours that we've all come to know and love in wines such as Shiraz and Chardonnay ...
New Zealand
From Northlands at the tip of the North Island down to the vineyards of Central Otago ...