I stayed at Kinross Winery for a night, woke up in the morning, frozen and heart-wrenching, and there was a fog in the distance. I thought it was the steam of the river, and I saw a vineyard covered with frost. In this high-altitude area, the winter is cold, the summer is hot and dry, and the temperature difference between day and night makes the world's top wines, especially Pinot Noir. Otago's winery is dizzying, and it is not disappointing to pick a bottle. Unfortunately, the shipping cost to the country is more expensive than the wine itself, or it is good here.