The landscape of New Zealand wine is certainly different than it was before the COVID pandemic, but resilient winemakers remain focused on the terrific wines they make. Senior editor MaryAnn Worobiec explores how 2022 harvest levels returned to normal after a difficult 2021 season, leaving Kiwi winemakers to do what they do best: making affordable, expressive, cool-climate wines with a strong commitment to sustainability. Read more!
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