Classic Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc that leaps from the glass with citrus and passion fruit. Full flavoured and satisfying to taste with that crisp, refreshing Marlborough finish, and all at only 9.5% alcohol.
The sweet dessert style Riesling is beautifully light and delicate. The precious peach and nectarine aromas come through on the palate. It`s not an over complicated wine, but it`s generous and fresh in a lovely small bottle. The perfect size for two.
This vibrant Sauvignon Blanc is bursting with a fruit-salad-bowl of flavours including ripe gooseberry, passionfruit, fresh citrus lime and exotic herbaceous aromas. The wine has an exciting palate with layers of juicy flavours, intensity and fullness, finishing with a refreshing crisp, clean and racy acidity.
This Sauvignon Blanc is a blend of grapes from Marlborough`s Wairau and Awatere Valleys. It is a dry style that shows notes of passionfruit from the Wairau grapes and finished off with fresh herbaceous notes from those grapes picked in the Awatere. This is a full bodied wine that will go with seafood.
This has full ripe Pinot Gris spiciness in the nose, with a lovely lemon lift. It is medium weight, but with a full, stony impact on the palate, where it is long and satisfying with good acidity. No malolactic fermentation is allowed, so the wine retains a bright crisp citrus acidity. Attractive peach fruit. creamy texture, very slightly off-dry.
Modern fruity yet dry German from the Pfalz. Villa Wolf Pinot Gris is made in a dry style and has wonderful richness to it. It shows some nice peach and slightly smoky notes. Clean tasting with a delicious creamy finish. Ripe orchard fruit aromas are enhanced by beautiful weight and balance with lovely fresh acidity running all the way through.
Villa Wolf Gewürztraminer is clean, fruity and wonderfully light on its feet. It shows off the aromatic charm of the variety with the deliciously juicy texture and a delicate aroma of spice and fresh roses.
German producer Villa Wolf make some absolutely fabulous, great value wine. This Pinot Noir Rosé from the Rhine River Valley is a great crowd pleaser. The wine has a delicate red berry aroma, with notes of strawberry, red currant and stone fruits. A hint of residual sugar adds a roundness to the palate, elegantly balanced by fresh acidity.
Walt Pinot Noir is an elegant, light and fruity wine with ripe red berries and hints of spice. It has beautiful Pinot Noir qualities at a super price. This wine can be slightly chilled for summer drinking or enjoy with roasted duck, chicken and grilled lean red meats and soft cheeses.
The fruit for this Verdelho is sourced solely from the Omahu Gravels vineyard located in the Gimblett Gravels region. This is a lovely little wine, on the nose it displays vivid aromas of peach, passionfruit and mandarin.
German Pinot, fun, fruity , tastes like Pinot ! for not much money ! Pale cherry red colour. There’s an attractive herby, savoury, minerally character to the nose which shows some lightly aromatic red cherry fruit.
Spanish variety that actually works really well in NZ. Gorgeous little citrus flowers link arms with melon and peach to dance in the sunshine, always maintaining an air of class. Meanwhile lime lingers in the shadows vying for attention. Imbibe on its own or devour along with a Thai chicken salad
Classic expression of the dry, gooseberry, grass and passion fruit style of New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc. Clean and crisp it is bursting with minerality and white stone fruit flavours. Expressive on the palate, finishing with great length. This fashionable white wine is a benchmark by which New World Sauvignons are judged.
This Pinot Gris has a soft floral nose accompanied by pear, quince and some spicy notes equipoised by flavours of lemon, white peach and savoury yeastiness characters. Elegant and deftly balanced with a dry mouth-watering finish
Fruit for this wine is sourced from specially selected vineyards in the Blind River sub-region with the balance coming from the rich silty soils of Dillon`s Point in the Lower Wairau. Pale lemon in colour with intense, lifted aromas reminiscent of blackcurrant, lemongrass and thyme with passionfruit notes.
The Crossings Gruner Veltliner is grown in Marlborough`s Awatere Valley. With lifted notes of white peach, honey and spice. The palate is rich and complex highlighted by nut and spice notes, a creamy texture and finishes with fine acidity.
The grapes for this wine come from their estate vineyards on the Felton Road. Handpicked and hand crafted, this wine reflects the nature of the vintage displaying great concentration and balance. Red fruits of the forest along with blackberries dominate the aroma, these are underpinned by savoury herb and liquorice.
Proof that German Pinot is a serious contender (actually now the 3rd biggest grower of Pinot Noir in the world ). Beautiful display of classic ruby colours, cherry and raspberry like flavours and aromas. A hint of oak from the barrique barrel ageing, well balanced, soft acidity and ripe finish. Well worth investigating.
Cuvee from Rothenberg, Pettenthal and Hipping. Harvest takes place in the middle of October in the lower terraces. The wine is fermented in stainless steel tanks and after a certain time of aging on the fine lees, the wine is filled early in spring.
For The Crossing Wild Sauvignon, all the grapes were sourced from their Willowflat vineyards. The winemaking involves a totally hands-off approach with naturally occurring wild yeast fermentation before ageing in French oak ovals and old oak barriques for 8 months. The Crossing ‘Wild’ Sauvignon Blanc is a wine of texture, weight and funk!
Rich gold in colour, this wine delights with mellow aromatics, which are reminiscent of pear, apple, quince, dough and cream, with a touch of wood smoke. On the palate, generous flavours of baked apple, quince, cream, nuts and pastry.
New Zealand rich deep coloured red from the Hawkes Bay region, dark fruits on the nose with ripe tannins on the palate for young drinking. We all love New Zealand whites, but they do great food red wines for partnering with red meats too !