New Zealand Sparkling white wine is produced using the same traditional grape varieties and Methode Traditionelle practices used to create Champagne. The Marlborough wine region on the northern tip of the South Island produces the majority of the countries Sparkling wine where the cool climate creates sophistication and structure with spritely natural acidity while the North Island coastal wine regions of Hawkes Bay and Gisborne produce typically weightier, richer Sparkling white wines.
New Zealand Sparkling white wine is worldwide renowned for its complexity and elegance, it displays all the hallmark characteristics of nutty, biscuit and brioche flavours, balanced with fresh acidity and fruit.
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