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Martinborough is a small wine region located in the southern point of the North Island of New Zealand, known for its elegant wines from Pinot Noir, Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay and home of some of the very small and limited wines and wineries on the island. The flagship grape variety Pinot Noir made the region to shine and has achieved international acclaimed status since the early 1990s. The climate is semi-maritime sheltered by the westerly Tararua Ranges and exposed to strong, invigorating southerly winds. Martinborough wine region has cold springs and autumns with hot summers and cool night with a combination of pronounced diurnal differences and a long growing season results in strong varietal character and complexity, actually very similar to Burgundy in France.

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