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Historically New Zealand has been famed for being at the extreme other side of the World and sheep carrying rugby players. Then, about fifty years ago Sauvignon Blanc started to be associated with this beautiful country, then not too long after Pinot Noir, then in recent decades Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon are making a lot of headway both locally and in the export market. Now New Zealand Winemakers are producing excellent wines from most European grape varieties…..but Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir are still the tops, much to do with the ideal maritime climate and many years of trial and error.

New Zealand's wine regions extend over 1000 miles from sub-tropical Northland all the way down to Otago the World's most southerly wine region.

Alexander Hadleigh Wines based in Southampton,Hampshire, UK have to be very honest since they have a big bias for New Zealand Wines since one of the owners Del Taylor originates from that distant land and has lived through the development period as briefly described above. And maybe that’s the reason Alexander Hadleigh Wine Merchants carries such a large and varied selection of New Zealand Wines. The wine series stocked is well represented of both the North and South Island and the wine regions include and in no priority order Marlborough, Otago, Hawke's Bay, Nelson, Gisborne, Wairarapa and Auckland.

Marlborough put New Zealand on the international wine stage with its impeccable Sauvignon Blanc back about 40 years. Known as one of New Zealand's most sunny and dry regions combined with its diverse soils enables Marlborough to grow a large range of grape varieties including Pinot Noir and superb Chardonnay.

Pinot Noir is king in the Otago Wine Region with its distinctive mountainous terrain and unique climate also supporting charming and delicious Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc.

Grape vines were first planted in Hawke's Bay in the 1850's, although it produces great Chardonnay, the region which has a lenthy growing season has built up following and international reputation for quality wines made from Syrah, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon. Again because of the long growing season it produces some of New Zealand's best Dessert Wines.

Nelson situated on the top of the South Island has a sheltered and mild coastal climate and its predominant grape varieties are Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc. The regions stony alluvial soils help produce a slightly lighter style of wine, than its near neighbour Marlborough.

Gisborne situated on the East Coast of the North Island approximately halfway between the Country's Capital Wellington and New Zealand's largest city Auckland. It’s New Zealand's third largest wine growing region with Chardonnay being the primary grape variety followed Pinot Gris.

Wairarapa which means "Glistering Waters" in Maori is often seen as a boutique region producing a range of high quality wines from many different grape varities including Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc and Syrah. Wairarapa has two main subregions Gladstone and Martinborough, both producing top of the range Pinot Noir and Sauvignon Blanc.

Auckland is a very large and diverse wine region with many subregions with similar volcanic clay rich soils encircled by a maritime climate producing a wide selection grape varieties and styles of wine. Three of Auckland's largest subregions are: West Auckland well known for its Chardonnay and Merlot. Waiheke an island famed for its Cabernet Sauvignon blends and Italian style blends. Matakana north of Auckland produces fine wines from Pinot Gris and Syrah vines.

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Pinot Noir, Marlborough, Marisco Vineyards, 2011


Pinot Noir, Marlborough, Marisco Vineyards has crunchy, warm toasted French oak to create a complex flavourable approach,

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750ml £14.23

Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc, Framingham Wines, 2017


The Framingham label was launched in 1994 with one Riesling, and has since expanded to include Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Gris and Pinot Noir. Framingham produces wines from their 19.5 hectare estate vineyard (certified organic since 2014) and other selected sites. Their Riesling vines, planted in 1981, are among the oldest in Marlborough Winemaker Dr Andrew Hedley joined Framingham in 2001, bringing with him an obsession obsession with – and a reputation for – making great Riesling. . Indeed, Jancis Robinson MW hails Andrew as “one of the most skilled practitioners of of Riesling anywhere in the world”.

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750ml £14.25

Marlborough Riesling, Blank Canvas, 2013


Matt Thomson has worked over forty vintages in numerous wine regions around the world and is involved as a consultant with many vineyards. Now he has decided to launch his own wines and break some rules with Blank Canvas wines.

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750m £14.65

Marlborough Gruner Veltliner,Blank Canvas Wines 2013


Matt Thomson has worked over forty vintages in numerous wine regions around the world and is involved as a consultant with many vineyards. Now he has decided to launch his own wines and break some rules with Blank Canvas wines.

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750ml £14.69

Pinot Noir Mud House, Central Otago, 2015


Pinot Noir Mud House from Central Otago in New Zealand has fragrant aromas of cherry and dried herbs complemented by scented oak and spice. Smooth on the palate with dark cherry and bramble flavours delivering a long finish with fine tannins and balanced acidity. Mud House Wines were an official sponsor of the 2017 Brtitsh & Irish Lions Rugby Tour of New Zealand.

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750ml £14.73

Pinot Noir The Crossings Awatere Valley Marlborough, 2016


In the renowned Marlborough wine region of New Zealand lies the ancient glacial Awatere Valley. In the nineteenth century, early pioneers stopped in this valley at a spot where their horses could wade across the mighty Awatere River. They called this place The Crossing.

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750ml £14.75

Syrah, Trinity Hill, Hawkes Bay, 2016


Syrah, Trinity Hill, Hawkes Bay is an exciting wine with some of the grapes being sourced from the estates vineyards in the renowned Gimblett Gravels region. The wine shows great balance, freshness and intensity with blackberry, plum, liquorice and black pepper on the palate.

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750ml £14.75

Hawkes Bay "The Trinity" Trinity Hill, 2014


Hawkes Bay \"The Trinity\" Trinity Hill has light tannin and plum aromas from the Merlot which combine with spice and red fruit characters of the Tempranillo and Malbec. Cassis aromas and structural backbone are provided by the Cabernet Franc. Richness and soft, ripe tannins make a serious yet eminently drinkable wine.

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750ml £14.86

Marlborough Pinot Gris, Framingham Wines, 2016


The Framingham label was launched in 1994 with one Riesling, and has since expanded to include Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Gris and Pinot Noir. Framingham produces wines from their 19.5 hectare estate vineyard (certified organic since 2014) and other selected sites. Their Riesling vines, planted in 1981, are among the oldest in Marlborough Winemaker Dr Andrew Hedley joined Framingham in 2001, bringing with him an obsession with – and a reputation for – making great Riesling. Indeed, Jancis Robinson MW hails Andrew as “one of the most skilled practitioners of Riesling anywhere in the world”.

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750ml £14.95

Tinpot Hut Turner Vineyard Riesling, 2015


Tinpot Hut Turner Vineyard Riesling from Marlborough in New Zealand is pale straw in the glass. Fresh citrus aromatics of sweet lime and mandarin mingle with subtle floral notes. Light bodied, the Riesling is fresh and appealing with flavours of lime and grapefruit and a distinct mineral finish so reflective of the Blind River sub-region. Rounded and well balanced acidity with mineral notes lead to a long pleasing finish.

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750ml £14.96

Hawkes Bay Trinity Hill Pinot Noir, 2016


Hawkes Bay Trinity Hill Pinot Noir has primary aromas of raspberry, plum and brambly spice which are evident on the nose. On the palate, the wine shows soft, velvety tannins and will develop complex fruit and mineral characters with bottle age.

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750ml £15.73

Martinborough Sauvignon Blanc, Ata Rangi, 2017


Martinborough Sauvignon Blanc, Ata Rangi in New Zealand with the on-skins component has highlighted beautiful citrus florals, with a hint of fresh fennel and lime zest. The wine has an impressive textural quality with mouth-watering drive and a tight, flinty, satisfyingly long finish.

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750ml £15.75

Marlborough Greywacke Sauvignon Blanc, 2016


Greywacke was created in 2009 by Kevin Judd, chief winemaker at Cloudy Bay from its inception for 25 years and instrumental in the international recognition which Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc enjoys now. The name \'Greywacke\' was adopted by Kevin for his first Marlborough vineyard located in Rapaura in recognition of the high prevalence of rounded greywacke river stones in the soils in the vineyards Kevin Judd is also New Zealand\'s finest wine photographer and has recently published a book \'The Landscape of New Zealand Wine.

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750ml £15.75

Spitfire Small Parcels Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc, 2017


Kim Crawford Wines was established in late 1996, when Kim launched a range of wines made from fruit grown in the South Island. Kim sold the company to Constellation and has since handed the winemaking reins over to the Constellation winemaking team. Despite Kim no longer being involved with these wines, the current winemakers continue the classic Kim Crawford philosophy and style.

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750ml £15.85

Marlborough Gewurztraminer, Lani Wines, 2016


Alana McGettigan has been working with wine maker Matt Thomson from Blank Canvas in Italy, France and New Zealand since 2005 and makes wines from grapes grown on her aunt and uncle\'s vineyard which are from 10-17 yrs old vines.

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750ml £15.90

Central Otago Riesling, Wild Earth, 2017


Central Otago Riesling, Bannockburn, Wild Earth displays a fragrant and lush bouquet of lime, honeysuckle and a subtle touch of flint with flavours of delicious citrus zest.This Riesling has a rich front palate that crescendos to a long and mineral finish with brilliant acidity that will ensure the wine\'s longevity.

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750ml £15.94

Tohu Sauvignon Blanc Marlborough, 2016


Tohu Sauvignon Blanc from Marlborough is a single vineyard wine from the Awatere Valley, aromatic currant leaf, citrus and sweet tropical fruits on the nose, complimented with a complex and layered palate of bright fruit, herbal notes and a distinctive minerality, finishes long, crisp and dry,

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750ml £15.96

Tohu Unoaked Chardonnay Marlborough, 2014


Tohu Unoaked Chardonnay Marlborough, Untouched by oak, this Chardonnay displays pure fruit flavours of tropical melon, ripe nectarines and bright citrus, underpinned by complex nutty, butterscotch aromas. Full bodied with a subtle creaminess and rich texture leading to a smooth lingering finish,

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750ml £15.96

Tinpot Hut McKee Vineyard Gruner Veltliner, 2016


Tinpot Hut McKee Vineyard Gruner Veltliner from Marlborough in New Zealand is a delicate straw yellow, this wine displays elegant aromas of orange blossom, citrus and stone fruit blended with hints of sweet, floral honeysuckle. Flavours of white peach mingle well with subtle peppery spice notes. Mineral complexity, which is so reflective of the Blind River sub region, gives this wine a clean and crisp appeal. The balance of the fruit, acidity and phenolics work very well together and lead to a long dry finish.

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750ml £16.25

Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc, Blank Canvas, 2017


Matt Thomson has worked over forty vintages in numerous wine regions around the world and is involved as a consultant with many vineyards. Now he has decided to launch his own wines and break some rules with Blank Canvas wines.

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750ml £16.42

Tinpot Hut Marlborough Pinot Noir, 2016


Tinpot Hut Marlborough Pinot Noir has intense aromas of black cherry, blackberry and plum mingle with a hint of redcurrant. Savoury mushroom and toasty oak characters complete the attractive nose. Classic black cherry notes dominate the palate and are supported by hints of bramble, reflecting the aromatics. Structurally, the tannins are soft and silky, and well balanced acidity ensures good length and weight.

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750ml £16.45

Marlborough Noble Riesling, Framingham Wines, 2017


The Framingham label was launched in 1994 with one Riesling, and has since expanded to include Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Gris and Pinot Noir. Framingham produces wines from their 19.5 hectare estate vineyard (certified organic since 2014) and other selected sites. Their Riesling vines, planted in 1981, are among the oldest in Marlborough Winemaker Dr Andrew Hedley joined Framingham in 2001, bringing with him an obsession with – and a reputation for – making great Riesling. Indeed, Jancis Robinson MW hails Andrew as “one of the most skilled practitioners of Riesling anywhere in the world”.

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375ml £16.50

Tinpot Hut Syrah Hawkes Bay, 2015


Tinpot Hut Syrah from Hawkes Bay in New Zealand has aromas of white and black pepper, violets and plum and a subtle chocolate and leather spiciness. This wine is medium bodied and complex. Produced in the Northern Rhône style, with plum, pepper and cinnamon characters with a slight bacon note on the finish. A firm acid backbone with silky tannins harmonises the fruit and culminates in a warm, ripe finish.

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750ml £16.99

South Island Pinot Noir, Kim Crawford Wines, 2015


Kim Crawford Wines was established in late 1996, when Kim launched a range of wines made from fruit grown in the South Island. Kim sold the company to Constellation and has since handed the winemaking reins over to the Constellation winemaking team. Despite Kim no longer being involved with these wines, the current winemakers continue the classic Kim Crawford philosophy and style.

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750ml £16.99

Marlborough Pinot Noir, Framingham Wines, 2015


The Framingham label was launched in 1994 with one Riesling, and has since expanded to include Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Gris and Pinot Noir. Framingham produces wines from their 19.5 hectare estate vineyard (certified organic since 2014) and other selected sites. Their Riesling vines, planted in 1981, are among the oldest in Marlborough Winemaker Dr Andrew Hedley joined Framingham in 2001, bringing with him an obsession with – and a reputation for – making great Riesling. Indeed, Jancis Robinson MW hails Andrew as “one of the most skilled practitioners of Riesling anywhere in the world”.

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750ml £17.45