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Marlborough, located on the northeastern tip of the South Island, is the most famous and largest wine region in the country, particularly renowned for its Sauvignon Blanc. Other notable wine regions include Hawke's Bay, known for its Bordeaux-style red blends, and Central Otago, famous for its world-class Pinot Noir.  New Zealand's cool climate and diverse geography play a crucial role in its wine production. The country's long, narrow shape stretches across two main islands, North and South, creating a wide range of microclimates. These varying climates, combined with fertile soils, provide ideal conditions for growing a variety of grapes. 

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