June 15, 1999 New Zealand Rising Rare no more, outstanding Sauvignon Blancs and Chardonnays lead a pack of exciting new wines By Harvey Steiman Barely a blip on American wine drinkers' radar a couple of years ago, New Zealand has burst onto the scene with a seemingly endless supply of racy Sauvignon Blancs, distinctive Chardonnays and even a few eye-catching reds.
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