Blending Marlborough Complexity
Current Trends in New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc
by Nic Dumergue
Oct 2000 Issue of Wine Business Monthly
Marlborough and Sauvignon Blanc now form a partnership as obvious as Burgundy and Pinot Noir or Napa Valley and Cabernet Sauvignon. New Zealand's premier and largest wine region has built on and reinforced a new expression of the grape variety since its exposure to the wine world in the Mid-1980s. Now regarded as being one of the world's most important wine regions, Marlborough has managed to achieve much in a short period. The Marlborough interpretation of Sauvignon Blanc first intrigued worldw...
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