Marlborough’s Top Dog

“Never a country to flood markets with bargain swill, New Zealand today boasts the world’s highest average selling price for exported table wine,” Globe and Mail life columnist Beppi Crosariol writes. “I think that [Marlborough’s] Dog Point now ranks among the country’s finest new labels, excelling with chardonnay as well as sauvignon blanc,” Crosariol says. “Writing in the 2013 Good Wine Guide published by The Age and Sydney Morning Herald, critic Nick Stock ranked Dog Point Section 94 Sauvignon Blanc 2010 as New Zealand’s best sauvignon blanc of the year.”


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