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  • BUBBLY GRAPE WINE TOURS - Blenheim

    BUBBLY GRAPE WINE TOURS - Blenheim

    Have an "Unforgetabubble" time with us experiencing a wine tour of the Marlborough Region. Choose your wineries and enjoy the many varieties of wine. Spend the day with a wine tour that Lonely Planet described as fun loving with 'hosts as effervescent as champagne!' Let us Drive You To Drink!! We…
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  • Wineries in New Zealand

    …and Gisborne, Chardonnay might begin to be harvested in late February or early March while in Central Otago, the world's most southerly Chardonnay grapes may first be picked in mid to late April--a difference of six to seven weeks. New Zealand is a country of contrasts with dense, native forest, snow…

  • 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

  • Blenheim Regional Information New Zealand

    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 are…

  • Clyde New Zealand, Clyde Wine Region New Zealand

    …Bluebridge ferry. Home ?New 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. Viticulture…

  • 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 around…

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