New Zealand’s sauvignon blancs and pinot noirs in the spotlight

New Zealand’s sauvignon blancs and pinot noirs in the spotlight

True story: When New Zealand’s modern Sauvignon Blancs burst on the scene in the 1980s, American tasters raved about their literally mouth-watering acids and pungent, vibrant gooseberry aromas.
We came to recognize them that way even though most of us had never been in the same room with a gooseberry. I mentioned that to a friend at dinner one night, and a week later, a can of gooseberries arrived in the mail, reports New Zealand Herald.

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