Flashcards in New Zealand Deck (39)
Name the subregions of Marlborough.
Former name of Brancott Estate.
Name the subregions of Nelson, New Zealand.
Where is Lincoln University Center for Viticulture and Oenology?
Canterbury, New Zealand
Who is James Busby?
British minister who planted a small vineyard from French and Spanish cuttings at his estate in Northland, New Zealand
What was the most planted varietal in New Zealand in the 1960s?
When did wine shops of New Zealand legally begin selling wine?
When did restaurants of New Zealand first gain the right to sell wine?
What is Montana known for in New Zealand?
Being the country's largest winery, establishing Marlborough's first commercial vineyard in 1973, releasing the country's first varietal wine (Gisborne Chard) and producing one of the first Sauvignon Blancs from Marlborough in 1979
What winery put Marlborough on the map? When did this winery launch?
Which island of New Zealand is larger?
What is the southernmost wine region in the world?
Who pioneered the Screwcap Initiative? When?
A group of New Zealand producers in 2001
Who was the first winery to release a New Zealand wine bottled with a screwcap?
What is the northernmost (and smallest) area of production in New Zealand?
What is Waikato also known as?
Bay of Plenty
Which region on the North Island has the driest climate?
What is Gisborne also known as?
Who owns Brancott Estate (former Montana)?
Pernod Ricard NZ
What is the southernmost region of the North Island?
Name the most well-known subregion.
Name New Zealand's sunniest wine producing region.
What is the most planted grape of Central Otago?
What is the most planted grape of Marlborough?
What are the subregions of Canterbury (Waipara)?
Waipara Valley (North Caterbury)
What is the most planted grape of Nelson?
Name the largest and second largest wine producing regions of wine in New Zealand.
Name a few major producer of Marlborough.
Brancott Estate (former Montana)
What are the subregions of Central Otago?
What is the most planted grape of Hawke's Bay?
Chardonnay (1039 ha)
Sauvignon Blanc (1035 ha)
Merlot (1018 ha)