A vast mountain range dominates New Zealands South Island - the Southern Alps. 821 snowcapped peaks soar as high as 3,724 metres above the western ridge.
Nestled in the north lies Marlborough, shielded from the harsh elements by the mountains that surround it. Its distinctive climate with warm days and cool nights prolong sauvignon blanc ripening for refreshingly unique flavours.
Country: New Zealand
Grape Variety: Sauvignon Blanc