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Incredibly zingy, gooseberry-scented Sauvignon Blancs are New Zealand's signature style.
They first won international acclaim in the mid 1980s and since then, the country has more than proven it's not just a 'one-trick pony'.
The huge popularity of Sauvignon Blanc owes as much to Marlborough, New Zealand as it does to Sancerre.
The Loire may be this grape's spiritual home but since the mid 1980s, New Zealand has taken the world by storm with its own very distinctive brand of Sauvignon. And now, most other New World countries have entered the fray.
Australia is thought of as the land of the BBQ and Australian reds are definitely a great accompaniment to ribs and burgers.
Salmon and prawns are also regularly on the barbecue menu and you can go for a softer red or fruity white with these.
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