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.
Utilising gentle handling, the resulting wine is an intriguing, concentrated and complex Pinot Noir displaying both purity and subtle power. With a lifted bouquet comprising mature red cherries, dark plum and characteristic floral aromas, the wine displays powerful layers of fruit.
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 rich Viognier has a subtle yet complex nose with aromas of apricots and lime marmalade. These characters translate generously onto the palate and are complemented by a rich soft texture. Made in a dry style with fleshy fruit and balancing acidity.
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 !
Marlborough Pinot Gris which is whole bunch pressed to give its oaty creaminess pleasure on the palate with flavours of stone fruits and white pear. The Seddon vineyard has a climate that gives the wine a richly textured palate. A different grape for you to discover and enjoy.
A biodynamic Sauvignon Blanc with a touch of Semillon added to give weight. It is fermented using wild yeast, and partially barrel fermented in old french oak to give complexity and texture. Aged at the cellars before release. An interesting and elegant style that doesn`t overwhelm the palate, beautifully subtle for a New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc.
Organic and Biodynamic this a single vineyard Marlborough Pinot Noir. With a wild yeast fermentation it is unfiltered to retain as much character as possible . It exhibits bright, fragrant berry-fruit aromas, interlaced with spice and herbal notes.
This biodynamic, single vineyard Pinot Noir is from the gravel soil of the Wairau Valley. Wild yeast fermented, Unfiltered and unfined. , The vines are cropped to produce enough fruit for just one bottle per vine. The nose exhibits aromas of wild hedgerow fruit, with undertones of spice, earth and dried herb.
From Waiheke in New Zealand, the Gravestone exhibits classic Sémillon characters of chalk dust and fresh herbs with complex fennel bulb characters from the wild Sauvignon. The palate is focused and structured with tense acidity and ripe fruit tannins giving persistence and clarity.
From Waiheke Island in New Zealand, the 2013 Dreadnought is incredibly fragrant with aromas of sweet red fruit, spice and savoury gamey notes which are typical of the style. The palate is undoubtedly concentrated yet retains an element of elegance with supple fruit and vibrant acidity.
The Gimblett Gravels region in Hawkes Bay is known for its unique soil, ideal for the production of premium wines. The Trinity Hills Gimblett Gravels Syrah shows notes of dark berry fruit and crushed black pepper on the nose, with a lifted herbal aromas.
The Gimblett Gravels area is a sub-region within Hawkes Bay with unique stony soils ideal for growing premium wines. The Gimblett is a Bordeaux blend that has an expressive nose, with aromas of cassis, blackberry, blackcurrant leaf, cedar wood and tobacco. Well structured in the mouth, with silky tannins and deep black fruit and savoury oak.
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.
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!
Pegasus bay is a small family owned vineyard and winery located on the free draining north facing terraces of the Waipara Valley. The upfront aromas and flavours suggest raspberry, pomegranate, black cherry, purple plum, chocolate and spice. These overlie savoury hints of barbecued meats, grilled mushrooms and black olive tapenade.
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.
Perfume, elegant fruit flavours, and soft ripe tannins are all hallmarks of this exceptional Pinot Noir from Escarpment, crafted in a Burgundian style. A Pinot in the distinctive Escarpment style showing complexity, attractive texture and the perfect mix of black, red and green fruit flavours for which the variety is celebrated.
Seresin taste all of their Chardonnay after a year in barrel and only the finest is selected to become the Reserve. The wine is aged for a further six months in old oak puncheons gaining balance, depth and complexity. The 2015 Chardonnay Reserve is a wine full of concentration and poise.
Dog Point is a vibrant, perfumed Sauvignon Blanc characterised by freshly squeezed citrus and dried herbs. The wines juicy palate and fresh acidity upfront is followed by a soft, round texture. The quality and
This Winemakers Reserve blend is widely regarded as one of New Zealand’s finest reds. The grapes are harvested from low-cropping, old vines in the Gimblett Gravels vineyards of Cornerstone and Ngakirikiri. It`s deeply coloured with aromatics hinting at black fruits, dried herbs, cocoa and cedar.
Grenache is one of the most widely planted red varieties in the world, but is exceptionally rare in New Zealand. This Cellar Selection wine is wonderfully ripe and fragrant, overflowing with perfumed cherry, licorice, and violet characters.
A 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.