Wine: New Zealand’s new crop of classics

The country’s wines are known for their wonderful complexity and structure and the latest releases live up to expectations

21st March, 2021
Wine: New Zealand’s new crop of classics
Last year’s growing season in Marlborough was particularly good, with drier and hotter weather than usual

There’s something deeply comforting about classic wines. They provide a sense of familiarity we can rely on, safe in the knowledge that their delivery will always be more or less what you expect.

New Zealand pinot noirs and sauvignon blancs have this quality in abundance. The country’s reputation for producing top-notch but also exceptionally drinkable vintages makes it a mainstay of the wine world.

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