Thursday, December 03, 2009

Choosing a Perfect New Zealand White Wine to Accompany your Dinner?

So do you want to know a little about your New Zealand wine, and which one is best to choose for your dinner?

New Zealand white wine is becoming more and more popular due to its original taste. This is because of the climate and shape of New Zealand. New Zealand’s vineyards benefits from hot summers combined with cool breezes from the sea, and also cold winters, they also benefit from the different altitudes throughout New Zealand. A lot of New Zealand is exposed to the breezes from the sea which creates a maritime climate perfect for a slow ripening environment, thus creating unique tastes.

New Zealand supports vineyards throughout the country and the main growing regions are Northland, Auckland, Bay of Plenty, Waikato, Gisborne, Hawkes Bay, Nelson, Wellington, Marlborough, Central Otago, and Canterbury.

New Zealand white wine is said to be some of the best in the world. With New Zealand’s white wine Sauvignon Blanc coming on top. This white wine was originally from France but it was discovered that when the grapes where grown in New Zealand it created a Sauvignon Blanc of outstanding. The Marlborough region is the most popular for growing this New Zealand white wine, due to the good draining soils and sandy soils over slate shingles.

Unfortunately due to the rise in the demand for New Zealand white wine it is said that the quality in wine has dropped to keep up with these demands. However this doesn’t mean that you can’t still buy a good quality New Zealand white wine to go with your seafood dinner. Good Wine Online specialise in bringing you good quality wines, which they themselves have tasted to make sure they bring you the best. They are against over marketed wines from commercial wineries meaning that you are sure to end up with a good quality New Zealand white wine.

It also may be worth reading a few New Zealand white wine reviews first to make sure that you choose the best New Zealand wine to accompany your meal tonight.

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