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  • Clyde New Zealand, Clyde Wine Region New Zealand

    …Zealand Travel »Scenic Highlights »Walks and Trails »Clyde The Glory of the Grape Clyde is now the fastest growing wine region in New Zealand. Jean Desire Ferraud first planted grapes on his land near Clyde in 1864, but it took more than another century for others to catch on.…

  • Wineries in New Zealand

    …to heavy silts. Ripening dates for a single grape variety can vary by as much as three weeks between the hot, shingle soils of the Gimblett Road area to the cool, higher altitude vineyards of central Hawkes Bay. Chardonnay is the most widely planted grape variety but the long sunshine hours attract…

  • Queenstown New Zealand Wine Trails, Wine Trails Queenstown New Zealand

    …secrets of the world's southern-most wine growing region. Central Otago has won more gold medals for Pinot Noir than any other New Zealand region. Grapes were first grown here during the gold rush of the late 1800s, when Frenchman Jean Desire Feraud recognised potential and planted vines. A cruise…

  • Blenheim Regional Information New Zealand

    …290 grape growers and 4,054 hectares in grape production! Most wineries welcome visitors for wine tasting sessions and may also have a cafe or restaurant on site. Sauvignon Blanc is the region's specialty, but wines made with Chardonnay, Riesling, Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris and Cabernet Sauvignon grapes

  • South Island Activity Highlights & Things to Do New Zealand

    grape growers and 4,054 hectares in grape production. Nearly all of the wineries welcome visitors for tasting sessions and many have a cafe or restaurant on site. Sauvignon Blanc is the region's specialty, but wines made with Chardonnay, Riesling, Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris and Cabernet Sauvignon grapes

  • March Weather in New Zealand

    …the leaves on these trees change colour, autumn makes New Zealand's landscapes even more picturesque. March has a lovely warmth to it and as the grapes hang lush and plump, this is a perfect time of year for touring New Zealand's wineries and vineyards. There's hardly a better way to spend an…

  • Central Otago New Zealand Scenic Highlights, Attractions in Otago NZ

    …Kawarau River to Bannockburn and the other widening out over the Lowburn Flats. » Clyde Dam Information The Glory of the Grape Jean Desire Ferraud first planted grapes on his land near Clyde in 1864, but it took more than another century for others to catch on. This is now the fastest growing…

  • Queenstown New Zealand Scenic Highlights, Attractions in Queenstown NZ

    …won more gold medals for Pinot Noir than any other New Zealand region. Deer Park Heights Queenstown Photographer: Ian Brodie (ibrodie@nzfpm.co.nz) Grapes were first grown here during the gold rush of the late 1800s, when Frenchman Jean Desire Feraud recognised potential and planted vines. A cruise…

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