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In the late 1800s, pockets of New Zealand’s South Island were treasured for their gold. Now this rich, fertile, untouched land is coveted for gold of a different orientation; award-winning wine.
There was a popular saying during the gold rush – ‘go out looking for only one thing, and that’s all you’ll ever find.’ Across New Zealand, Goldfields seeks out pockets of land with the potential to grow vines, and make wines, of golden quality. Goldfields – modern day gold.