Alan McCorkindale Vineyards in the Waipara Valley, North Canterbury, South Island, New Zealand. Photo: Alan McCorkindale

Forget Sauvignon Blanc, New Zealand’s new big thing is Pinot Noir

The island nation was once known only for its crisp, grassy sauvignon blanc wines, but the excitement today centres on what is now the second-most-planted variety in the country

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Alan McCorkindale Vineyards in the Waipara Valley, North Canterbury, South Island, New Zealand. Photo: Alan McCorkindale
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