Thought for the day…” A people without knowledge of their past history, origin and culture is like a tree without roots.”
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A photo of the Awatere Valley in Marlborough, New Zealand today, showing part of the famous wine-growing areas. Wine production is relatively recent in New Zealand, and is said to have been started by Dalmation settlers in the late 1900s. By the 1970s the Marlborough region was becoming noted for its fine Sauvignon Blanc wines, with Cloudy Bay being one of the most famous brands. The alluvial soils are based on greywacke rock. The wine regions in New Zealand stretch from 36 degrees South (in Northland) to 45 degrees south (in Otago). That is the equivalent of Bordeaux in France.
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