Name 2 regions on New Zealand's North Island
Gisborne (known for Poverty Bay) Muller Thurgau
Hawkes Bay - Chard, Cab
Martinborough - PN
Auckland - original wine region
Bay of Plenty
Name 2 regions on New Zealand's South Island
Marlborough - PN & SB
Nelson, where Cloudy Bay is
Name 2 wine regions on New Zealand's North Island.
Name 2 wine regions on New Zealand's South Island.
Name the Grapes of New Zealand (there are 11)
Name the 2 main grapes of Marlborough and Nelson Marl (South Island - New Zealand)
Marlborough - Pinot Noir and Sav Blanc
Nelson - Chard and Sav Blanc
Where are the most Easterly and Southerly vines in the world located?
Most Easterly would be North Island (Gisborne); Most Southerly vines in the world are on the South Island (Central Otago)
Name the regions of the North Island (6)
Bay of Plenty/Waikato
Wairarapa (includes Martinborough)
Name the regions of the South Island (4)
Canterbury (includes Waipara)
What are the best red wines being produced in New Zealand?
In New Zealand, what percentage of grape varietal, vintage, origin must a wine have to be labeled as such?
85% for all 3 specifications
Which area was the first to be planted with grapes in New Zealand?
Northland on the North Island
Where is Gimblett Road and which varietal is it most suited to grow?
Hawkes Bay and syrah
Which area is the largest producer of red wine in New Zealand?
Which area on the North Island produces the best Pinot Noir?
Martinborough in Wairarapa
Which area is the largest producer in New Zealand?
Where is the Awetere Valley and Wairau Valleys?
Which organization has developed and processes over half of New Zealand wine and with very high quality standards?
Where is the Waipara Valley and the Canterbury Plains?
What is the main varietal of Canterbury?
What are 4 main subregions of Central Otago?
What makes up 70% of all plantings in Central Otago?
What are the best wines being produced in Gisborne?
Name two regions in the North Island that produces the best wines from Cabernet Sauvignon?
Northland and Auckland