New Zealand Wine Regions

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Hawke's Bay Wine Underground
An Updated Hawkes Bay Wine Underground Map
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The Wairarapa, which means "Glistening Waters" in Maori, is located at the lower right-hand corner of New Zealandʼs North Island, approximately an hour north-east of Wellington. The winemaking area is divided into three main sub-regions: Masterton to the north, Gladstone in the middle and Martinborough to the south. The distance from Masterton to Martinborough it is about 35km.
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Waiheke Island is one of the jewels of the Hauraki Gulf. Just a 40 minute ferry ride from the hustle and bustle of downtown Auckland, the island offers a picturesque blend of farmland, forest, beaches, vineyards and olive groves.
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Central Otago is the most southerly wine region in the world. Located at 45º south, it is the only area in New Zealand with a semi-continental climate - nowhere else in the country experiences greater daily and seasonal extremes of temperature. Small in size, Central Otago is a rapidly developing wine region with a well-established international reputation.
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Located on the north-east coast of New Zealand's South Island, Marlborough is one of New Zealand's sunniest and driest areas. In these bright, but relatively 'cool' climate conditions, grows the iconic Sauvignon Blanc grapes that has fueled the New Zealand wine industry over the past thirty years and catapulted this area into the largest wine growing region in the country.
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NZ Wine Underground - Map of Auckland wine district
Auckland is home to some of New Zealand's oldest established vineyards. With around 100 wineries in Greater Auckland this is a large and diverse wine Region. Auckland's warmth and fertile soils are perfect for producing full-flavoured red wines such as cabernet sauvignon and merlot and some white grapes like Viognier or Pinot Gris.
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Hawke's bay is the oldest wine region in NZ and the 2nd largest producer of wine, and NZ's leading producer of red wines. Located at 39.4°S, the region is situated on the east coast of the North Island. Hawke's Bay's long, hot summers and cool winters offer the best weather for growing grapes. The climate is dry and temperate. Red wines dominate with over 80% of New Zealand's plantings of Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah grapes. The region is also known for rich and complex Chardonnays.