Vines down under wine regions of Australia and New Zealand
Vines down under [electronic resource] : wine regions of Australia and New Zealand / written, filmed, narrated and edited by Sidney Nolan and Mary Lee Nolan ; a GlobeScope World Wine Regions production.
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Visits ... the wine regions of Australia and New Zealand with Sid and Mary Lee Nolan. The Nolan's take you on a journey from the vibrant Australian capital, Sydney, to many regions known worldwide for their wines, the Hunter Valley, Rutherglen, the Yarra, MacLaren, and Barossa Valleys. Then it's on to New Zealand, an island country of spectacular landscapes and outstanding wines including Chardonnay from Gisborne, Cabernet Sauvignon from Hawk's Bay, Sauvignon Blanc from Marborough, and Pinot Noir from Otago. Also learn about Maori traditions, visit wildlife parks, view dramatic coasts along Australia's Great Ocean Road, and wonder at the Southern Alps and dramatic fjords of New Zealand.
Downloadable video file.
Title from title screen (viewed on Aug. 23, 2010).
Originally produced in 2008.
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