The Antinoris of Tuscany have paid $1.8 million for 31 acres of vineyard land in New Zealand's Marlborough region and plan to launch a new Sauvignon Blanc label from the 2004 vintage. The yet-to-be-named brand will use grapes from a 26-acre Sauvignon Blanc vineyard on the property, which is near the respected Wither Hills winery.
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