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Wine and cheese is a match made in heaven. Follow our simple matching tips for a flavour explosion!
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Pinot noir, the most fickle of grapes, is the second most planted grape in New Zealand. This grape variety, originally from France, is the red grape of Burgundy and is one of the main components of Champagne.
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Mostly reserved for special occasions, we look at some types of Champagne and bubbles.
Good news for consumers looking for low alcoholic drinks - there's much more to choose from these days.
Explore new flavours and find your perfect match with our guide to matching wine varietals and food.
Just like bread, wine relies on the action of yeast to create alcohol and carbon dioxide in a process called fermentation.
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We've hand picked these spectacular wines from iconic New Zealand wine-growing regions. They retail for over $25 and will impress any wine lover.
If you always go for the same wine, and want to try something new, here are some Gold medal winning ideas to help you out.
Discover common wine varietals and what to expect from each type of wine.
A summary of the New Zealand and European wine regions and the grape varieties associated with them.
Caps don't have the romantic flourish of cork removal, but they have one huge advantage over cork.
Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot are classic components of a style of wine that the French have been refining for 500 years.
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