New Zealand Chardonnay wine Reviews

By | March 31, 2015

Introduction

New Zealand has one of the greatest gifts for wine lovers, the wine that has so far remained in the shadow of others: Chardonnay.

New Zealand ChardonnayWith a harvest of 27, 184 tonnes this year, about 8% of the total harvest, Chardonnay is the second most important grape of the green island. The ideal, cool climate, many regional characteristics and passion of the winemakers make the New Zealand Chardonnay unique. Because of the temperate climate, the grapes have a long, cool growing season so that they contain a lot of flavours. Thanks to these many flavour characteristics the New Zealand Chardonnay can already compete at the highest levels worldwide. Experts now know that the time has come that the New Zealand Chardonnay has to be taken very seriously.

All the wines have been rated and you can read here how this system works.

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The wine sale company, of which I am an affiliate and as such have been promoting their wines, has meanwhile discontinued this affiliate service. This is why I was forced to cancel the reviews of the wines offered through this site.

In order to resume my services to you, I am looking for other companies to promote their wines for the Australian market. However, at the moment none seem to be present. There was one such firm available, but it will not allow affiliates from outside Australia. I will keep looking for next opportunities which will allow me to review the excellent Australian Chardonnays again and offer you the best in the world.

 

Please note that the widgets to the right on World best Chardonnays, contain more reviews of Chardonnay wines from the best regions in the world.

2 thoughts on “New Zealand Chardonnay wine Reviews

  1. Kinya

    I love the taste of peach in wine. I think it’s one of my favorite flavors in wine. But I go nuts over anything made with peaches. I rarely ever eat peaches, but I love anything with that taste. Thanks for the recommendations; I’ll check them out.

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    1. Jerry Post author

      Thanks Kinya, there are many Chardonnays to be found with a peachy flavour.Cheers, Jerry

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