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Wine giant Allied Domecq is to reveal why grapes of the same variety taste different according to which area of Marlborough they are grown.

New Zealand Herald
"The company - formerly Montana Wines - has commissioned researchers to find out nuances in the taste of the hugely popular sauvignon blanc variety.

The research, to be released next month, was commissioned to prove that differences do exist in the flavour of wine made from the same grapes by the same methods but grown in different climates, soils and topography - an idea the French call 'terroir'."

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