A taste of New World wines.

Bright orange sunset over vineyards

Explore wines from the Americas, Australia and New Zealand.

New World is a term given to wines produced in warmer climates throughout the Americas, Australia and New Zealand. While all of the New World wine countries were planted with vines by their European settlers, few came to international prominence before the 1980’s. This comparable lack of history has allowed New World wine regions to create new styles and use previously unheard of winemaking techniques. In fact, over time the New World style has become so popular that many Old World wineries have adopted their techniques.

Tasting notes

New World wines tend to have rich and ripe fruit flavours thanks to their warmer growing climates. They also tend to be fuller-bodied with a higher alcohol content.

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