Did you know that Sauvignon Blanc has been grown in New Zealand for over 40 years? It all started in Marlborough on the South Island in 1973 and has spread north and south. Before there was Sauvignon Blanc growing in Marlborough there were sheep grazing. New Zealand still has a lot of sheep; many more than there are people, but now there are bottles of refreshing Sauvignon Blanc to go with the rack of lamb or lamb chops.
Drink Good Wine. That is my motto and I really want to help you drink good wine. What is good wine? That can be a different thing for each people. Some people prefer red wines. Some only like Cabernet Sauvignon. MyWinePal was started by Karl Kliparchuk, WSET. I spent many years with the South World Wine Society as the President and then cellar master. I met many great wine makers. I love to travel around the world, visiting wine regions and sharing my passion for food & wine with you. Come live vicariously through me, and enjoy all my recommended wines.
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