New Zealand wine - Marlborough sauvignon
Given the relentless popularity of Marlborough sauvignons, it might surprise you to discover that New Zealand only produces around 1.2% of the world's wine! Aside from sauvignon, the country is also increasingly popular for its pinot noir, syrah and aromatic white grapes like pinot gris, and the precise, pure flavour of its wines has captured the attention of wine drinkers. Judging from sales, Society members are no exception. For more information, please read our New Zealand wine guide.