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New Zealand wine comes closer to France than you might think

From Wednesday's Globe and Mail

Credit mostly goes to the remote country's maritime climate, sort of a cross between Bordeaux and the cool Loire Valley ...Read the full article

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  1. the catholic church from Purgatory, Canada writes: I've had the Carrick pinot noir, and it's outstanding. When you can get it for $14 NZD instead of $40 CAD it's even more appealing!
  2. Jason Bonham from West Vancouver, Canada writes: French wine is like Monster Cable. Same stuff, just costs more and they serve it with an attitude.

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