Welcome to the New Zealand Wine Tourism Network Thursday, 5 March 2015
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The New Zealand Wine Tourism Network is a directory for wine tourism in New Zealand. Here you can find information about wineries to visit, wine tours, where to eat, where to stay, and all about wine festivals and events in exciting New Zealand.

Click here to Buy New Zealand Wine OnlineNew Zealand, a country of stunning beauty, is now one the leading produces of high quality wines. New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc has gained an international acclaim as the benchmark for this varietal. The growing recognition of New Zealand Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Riesling, Syrah and Merolt has cemented New Zealand's position as a producer of world class wines.

New Zealand has over 400 wineries, located from one end of the country to the other. In all the major wine producing regions it is easy to navigate on your own self drive tours, or join a wine tour. Below of some wine tourism highlights New Zealand has to offer.

Waiheke Island only a short boat ride from central Auckland, is a scenic island located in the Hauraki Gulf has legendary wines that makes it a must visit destination.

Hawke’s Bay is New Zealand’s second largest wine producing region. It also offers one of the best wine trails. In the Hawke’s Bay you can visit New Zealand’s oldest wineries, the largest wine museum, sample wines at a wide range of wineries, and dine at high quality winery restaurants.

Marlborough is New Zealand’s wine capital, it the best known and largest wine producing region. Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc is world famous. With over 40 wineries concreted in the Wairau Valley, Marlborough is an essential stop for any one interested in wine all year round.

Central Otago is one of the most beautiful and awe-inspiring locations in the world. Central Otago is the world’s southern most winemaking region at 45 degrees South. Set amongst spectacular alpine scenery the vineyards are also the highest in New Zealand with some vineyards planted up to 400 meters above sea level. This mix helps to produce some of the world’s best Pinot Noir’s. To miss this region is a sin!

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