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New Zealand

New Zealand

With its unique production conditions in the Pacific Ocean, New Zealand has reinvented itself to become world famous since the 1980s for its vibrant, intense wines, particularly its Sauvignon Blanc whites and Pinot Noir reds.

Creating great stories

Sogrape’s arrival in the Marlborough District expanded and enriched its offering in own origins in a one-of-a-kind challenge, taken on more than a decade ago, to stand out among New Zealand wines.
Hectares of Vineyards
Grape Varieties Planted
> 83%

Explore our regions and our wines

Get to know our regions

New Zealand is divided into a dozen regions, cooler on the South Island and more moderate on the North Island, spanning 1,100 kilometres between parallels 35°S and 45°S, the location of the planet’s southernmost vineyards. Influenced by the Pacific Ocean, in estuaries, valleys and hillsides with varied, well-drained soils, the vineyards enjoy long daylight hours and cool breezes from the ocean, which is always less than 120 kilometres away. White grape varieties largely predominate, especially Sauvignon Blanc, with Pinot Noir being the most common among reds.

Our wines

Offering high-quality wines and great brands is an age-old belief at Sogrape. It has always been this way. For us, each bottle symbolises a new story, a new way of expression, and an invitation to explore nature and its aromas. It is during this new journey towards new destinations where unparalleled moments and experiences can be found.