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From what would appear to have been the perfect setting for the filming of the The Lord Of The Rings, New Zealand, from the south of its North Island and the north of its South Island, is supplying us with a fine range of high quality of Pinot Noir and, of course, aromatic white wines.

 
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2010 Mount Nelson Sauvignon Blanc 2010 Mount Nelson Sauvignon Blanc
Light-bodied, but still packs a wallop both in flavor and crisp acidity. Green apple, lemon, lime and gooseberry flavors are intense, focused and very refreshing. Drink now. 15,833 cases made. Rated 87.‑MWWine Spectator June 15, 2011
$13.75 the bottle  $70.14 the case of six

2011 Felton Road Pinot Noir Bannockburn Central Otago 2011 Felton Road Pinot Noir Bannockburn Central Otago
Smooth and elegant, with pretty touches of white pepper, fresh herb and dried rose petal to the crisp cherry and cranberry flavors. The tannins firm up on the finish, but never get in the way of the wine. Drink now through 2022. 5,176 cases made. Rated 90. - MaryAnn Worobiec, Wine Spectator June 15, 2013.
$42.50 the bottle  $216.78 the case of six


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