Sauvignon Impossible To Overlook

“In New Zealand’s case, the elephant in the room is Marlborough sauvignon blanc,” Bill Zacharkiw writes for The Montreal Gazette. “While most emerging regions struggle to communicate who they are, few have been as successful as Marlborough. Marlborough’s bright sunlight, cool climate and large swing between day and night temperatures give the grapes their intense aromatics and naturally high acidities. With the rapid expansion, vineyards were put everywhere. The wines have powerful and complex aromatics, ripe passion fruit and lime, combined with varying levels of green — from grass to jalapenos to asparagus. The high acidities give them an incredible vibrancy on the palate.”


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Scott Cunningham’s Furniture Graces Tudor Mansion

Scott Cunningham’s Furniture Graces Tudor Mansion

New Zealand-born furniture maker Scott Cunningham was an early contributor to assisting in the restoration of Holcombe, the “finest Tudor house in Devon”, under the ownership of Nigel Wiggins who had…