Lower Sauvignon Blanc yields likely from adverse weather (NZ)

Lower Sauvignon Blanc yields likely from adverse weather (NZ)

A slow and rain-affected flowering is likely to reduce the Sauvignon Blanc crop across the top of the South Island. Last week’s downpour came just as the flagship variety was finishing flowering in Nelson, adding to headaches faced by vineyard managers in a difficult and disrupted season. The deluge three weeks ago hammered Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, Gewurztraminer and some Chardonnay crops, reports the Nelson Mail.

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