Otago Underground Map - Series 1 | New Zealand Posters - The Underground Maps Company
Otago Underground Map - Series 1 | New Zealand Posters - The Underground Maps Company
Otago Underground Map - Series 1 | New Zealand Posters - The Underground Maps Company
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Otago Underground Map - Series 1 | New Zealand Posters

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Explore Central Otago Wineries with the Otago Wine Underground Map. The region is home to a number of world-renown wineries. Over 40 wineries have cellar doors open to the public, perhaps you can discover a new Otago wine!

Perfect for discovering the wineries and wines of the Otago Wine growing region in an easy to view map. Each main road with a winery is colour coded to make it easy to follow. The whole design is in the style of Harry Beck’s topological London underground map from 1931. The Wineries indicated all have open cellar doors whether seasonal, all year round or by appointment – each shown clearly in their relative positions.

This is a cool gift for the beginner, intermediate and expert wine enthusiasts.

Discover Otago wine with this wonderful underground map.

Central Otago is the most southerly wine region in the world. Located at a latitude of 45º South, it is the only area in New Zealand with a semi-continental climate. Nowhere else in the country experiences a greater daily and seasonal extremes of temperature.

Central Otago is a rapidly developing wine region with a well-established international reputation. The Otago wine region is New Zealand’s seventh largest.  The region is also home to New Zealand’s premier tourist destination – Queenstown.

The wine industry started in Central Otago in 1864 and is now home to over 1,900 hectares of vineyards which make up over 8% of total vineyard area in the country. Pinot Noir is the dominant grape variety with most plantings in Cromwell around Lake Dunstan. Central Otago is comprised of four distinct sub-regions, separated by mountains and deep gorges:

  • The Cromwell Basin includes Bannockburn in the south, Lowburn, Pisa and Bendigo to the North.
  • Gibbston.
  • Clyde and Alexandra.
  • Wanaka.

It’s fun, great looking and wonderfully informative. A very cool way to explore New Zealand’s ten wine growing districts.

The Series 1 posters were first published in 2012

Specifications

Dimensions

  • 12 x 16 - Width: 12 inch (30.5cm), Height: 18 inch (40.6cm).
  • 18 x 24 - Width: 18 inch (45.7cm), Height: 24 inch (61.0cm).

Medium

  • Museum-quality Giclée print posters made on thick and durable matte paper with pigment inks.
  • Paper thickness: 10.3 mil
  • Paper weight: 5.57 oz/y² (189 g/m²)
  • Opacity: 94%
  • ISO brightness: 104%

Production

These posters are digitally printed to your order. They are not produced in New Zealand, they are printed at a partner facility close to you - either in Europe, USA or Australia.

Shipping

Please Note: These products are not produced in New Zealand. They are printed at a supplier facility close to you, either in Europe, USA or Australia.

We take great care with packaging to help ensure that your print reaches you in excellent condition. Unframed prints are wrapped in acid-free tissue paper and shipped in thick-walled tubes with secured end caps.

We ship worldwide. Depending on the destination, orders for multiple prints may arrive in multiple packages.

Usually, it takes 3–7 days to fulfil an order, after which it’s shipped out. The shipping time depends on your location, but can be estimated as follows:

  • USA: 3–4 business days
  • Europe: 6–8 business days
  • Australia: 2–14 business days
  • New Zealand: 7-14 business days
  • Japan: 4–8 business days
  • International: 10–20 business days

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