3 edition of Wines of New Zealand found in the catalog.
Wines of New Zealand
|Series||Mitchell Beazley pocket guides|
|LC Classifications||TP559.N4 C68 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||217 p. :|
|Number of Pages||217|
|LC Control Number||98174778|
This visually stunning atlas provides the most comprehensive overview of the wine industry in New Zealand and is the only Wine Atlas devoted entirely to New Zealand wines and wine-making. This second edition of the Wine Atlas of New Zealand builds on the award-winning success of the first edition, the text has been fully updated with many more wineries introduced, there are brand-new . Today, New Zealand is still in love with the Sauvignon Blanc and the world in turn with the New Zealand version of the wine. Some of the finest bottles of Sauvignon Blanc are of New Zealand origins. New Zealand is additionally famous for other white wines .
Marlborough is New Zealand's largest wine growing region and home of the world-renowned sauvignon blanc. Take a wine tour or explore the beautiful Marlborough Sounds. The history of New Zealand wine-making dates back to the s when settlers planted vines and some commercial wineries began to surface. But the industry never really took off as it did in Australia and other parts of the world at this time.
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As New Zealand wines attain increasing international recognition at the premium quality level we need a scholarly reference detailing how this became possible. This book will be the basic reference for all who comment on New Zealand wine, and reflects the author's lifetime of commitment and academic rigour in regard to this exciting industry."Cited by: 1.
Sumptuously illustrated with photography of vineyards and wine-makers, wine label art and regional maps, the Wine Atlas of New Zealand offers invaluable guidance and information to the connoisseur and amateur wine-lover alike.
The Amazon Book Review Author interviews, book reviews, editors' picks, and more. Cited by: In The Wines of New Zealand Master of Wine Rebecca Gibb takes us on a vinous journey through Aotearoa (‘land of the long white cloud’) and opens our eyes to the huge variety of wines created throughout the two islands of one of the world’s most southerly wine-producing lands.
She begins by covering the history of winemaking in New Zealand – the first grapes. Where To for New Zealand Wine.
The final part of the book is a look at ‘Contemporary New Zealand’ and includes the author’s thoughts on overall pathways of the future for the industry. Wines of New Zealand book author recounts the attitude of innovation that features in the industry, with subjects such as the early adoption of screwcap closures, and the.
The Wines of New Zealand is an indispensable reference for all readers from the wine novice to the trade professional. There are no reviews yet. Be the first to review “The Wines of New Zealand” Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.
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The Wines of New Zealand by Rebecca Gibb MW This new book uncovers the diversity of this isolated yet innovative wine-producing country. From the planting of the first vines inthe latest addition to the Classic Wine Library series recounts the history and struggles of the early winemakers and its rise to fame as a Sauvignon Blanc superstar.
Wines of NZ is an independent guide to New Zealand vineyards and their fine wines. It's a place for international and local wine lovers to discover New Zealand Shop. The Fine Wines of New Zealand programme celebrates and showcases the finest wines New Zealand has to offer.
The result of an extensive search, it is annually curated by six of New Zealand’s leading wine experts — Masters of Wine Alastair Maling, Michael Brajkovich, Sam Harrop, Simon Nash and Steve Smith along with Master Sommelier Cameron Douglas. New Zealand's distinctive winegrowing regions each have unique soils and climatic conditions that are expressed in the wines produced.
Initiatives New Zealand’s wine industry is one of the youngest in the world, but the 'can-do' attitude of our pioneering winemakers and growers put in place a solid base for our innovative, world-class. Initiatives. New Zealand’s wine industry is one of the youngest in the world, but the 'can-do' attitude of our pioneering winemakers and growers put in place a solid base for our innovative, world-class industry to flourish.
Summary: In ten years the demand for New Zealand wine has become so great that the best of them are almost unobtainable. The award winning author chronicles the bewildering growth in reputation and rapid establishment of New Zealand as a wine growing country.
Rebecca Gibb, The Wines of New Zealand (Infinite Ideas/Classic Wine Library, ). Reviewed by Mike Veseth. Rebecca Gibb’s The Wines of New Zealand is “designed to provide a comprehensive overview of the New Zealand wine scene,” according to its author, “a reference for locals, international visitors and students alike.” Gibb gets it.
This revised 2nd edition of The New Zealand Wine Guide is a concise and accessible guide for people wishing to discover New Zealand’s rich and distinctive world of wine.
The book is available for online shipping from 20 April Reviews. New Zealand makes all styles of wines, including top quality sparkling wines to rival Champagne and botrytis ‘stickies’ to compete against the best Germany has to offer.
But it is fair to say that until now New Zealand has carved out a niche for itself through its intensely fruity and vibrant dry whites, especially Sauvignon Blanc. Marlborough. New Zealand’s flagship wine region which, in combination with Sauvignon Blanc, put the country on the international wine stage.
Much more than just Sauvignon though, Marlborough offers increasing depth in both varieties and terroir. Sugar Loaf Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc Offering top value, the latest release from this Rapaura-based producer is a finely balanced regional blend.
Light lemon/green, it is vibrantly fruity, with generous, tropical fruit flavours, showing excellent delicacy and depth, a touch of complexity, and a finely poised, crisp, dry, lingering finish. Throughout New Zealand but especially in Marlborough, Pinot noir and Chardonnay are used to produce traditional method sparkling wines.
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Barry has created one of the best value New Zealand wine and food tours – guaranteed to be your talking point for years and filled with great wine experiences. New Zealand wine is produced in several mostly maritime, cool climate winegrowing regions of New Zealand, an island country in the South Pacific Ocean.
Like many other New World wines, it is usually produced and labelled as single varietal wines, or if blended the varietal components are listed on the y: New Zealand. Michael Cooper is New Zealand's most acclaimed wine writer with a number of books and hundreds of magazine articles to his credit.
Inthe fifth edition of his book The Wines and Vineyards of New Zealand was awarded 5/5(5).The Wines and Vineyards of New Zealand (3rd edition, ) won second prize at the Goodman Fielder Wattie Book Awards; the fifth edition won the Leisure and Lifestyle category at the Montana New Zealand Book Awards.
The Wine Atlas of New Zealand (first edition, ) received the Montana Medal for Nonfiction and the Montana Award for Lifestyle and .Michael Cooper is New Zealand’s most acclaimed wine writer, with 44 books and several major literary awards to his credit, including the Montana Medal for the supreme work of non-fiction at the Montana New Zealand Book Awards for the first edition of his magnum opus, Wine Atlas of New Zealand.
In the New Year Honours, Michael was appointed an Officer of the New Zealand .