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May 01, 2020
Kamana

Kamana - Bringing You the Finest of New Zealand’s Award-Winning Wines.

From New Zealand comes Kamana - an impressive range of award-winning wines from Marlborough, the tiny island’s most famous wine region and Waipara Valley, its fastest growing wine region.

Kamana wines pay homage to the striking Kamana, a rare, aquatic, diving bird. Majestic and distinctive, it mirrors the characteristics that were the inspiration behind these wines.

Featuring a Sauvignon Blanc that highlights the magical synergy between climate and soil that drives the explosive flavours the region is hailed for and a Pinot Noir that demonstrates the ability of this small pacific country to produce outstanding wine to the highest of standards.

Both wines have received applause and accolades from the best in the industry including a number of global wine competitions and renowned experts.

Accolades for the brand include:

China Wine and Spirits Awards 2018 – Gold International Wine and Spirits Competition 2018 – Silver Melbourne International Wine Show 2018 – Bronze Huon Hooke The Real Review -Bronze Sam Kim Wine Orbit 92 points and 90 points

Learn more about New Zealand wine regions…

Located on the northern tip of the South Island, Marlborough is the region that first put New Zealand on the world wine radar. Its Sauvignon Blanc took wine experts by surprise with its impressive character. The Marlborough is now widely recognised as a centre for Sauvignon Blanc wine and is famous for producing crisp, robust flavours with an herbaceous undertone and zesty acidity.

Waipara Valley situated around an hour’s drive from Christchurch in New Zealand’s South Island is classed as one of New Zealand’s fastest growing wine regions. It’s a cool climate region renowned for its pinot noirs that feature rich, spicy flavours. New Zealand’s Waipara Valley characteristically has warm summers and low rainfall with an abundance of limestone soils making it the perfect pinot noir grape growing region.