New Zealand

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  • A terrific quality traditional method, new world sparkling from Seifried Estate in New Zealand. A blend of 50% Chardonnay and 50% Pinot Noir from cool climate Nelson, with 4 years lees age.
  • We firmly believe in the ability of New Zealand to produce high class Riesling.this Auslese has 70 grams per litre of residual sugar and perfect balance of ripe fruit and honeyed acidity.
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    This is a beautifully crafted and most delicious Chardonnay from a 52ha site in Marlborough. Wonderfully integrated fruit and wood on the nose with an excellent palate of unctuous citrus fruit and wood.
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    The aim of Staete Landt is to produce wines of elegance and restraint with a nod to the Old World. This Syrah meets all those ambitions with fine black fruits on nose and palate and a gamey, rustic edge.
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    Ruud Masdaam and partner pursue the dream of excellent Marlborough wine. This is achieved with sweet fruit, rustic nuances and fine textures. Top drop.
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    Still the most famous of all Marloborough Sauvignon Blanc with elegant flavours of gooseberry, grapefruit and minerals.
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    This is really wonderful full flavoured yet elegant viognier from Marlborough. A cool fermentation with 8 months on lees with honeyed peach notes on nose and palate. The best New World Viognier.
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    This fantastic Merlot has ripe and concentrated plum, dark berry, capsicum and liquorice flavours, with hints of dark chocolate on the finish. Soft and velvety tannins provide the backbone for a rich wine that will cellar comfortably for a decade.
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    The Cellar Selection Chardonnay has citrus and nectarine flavours backed up with sweet oak and lees stirred complexity. It is made in an early drinking style, but will comfortably cellar for the next 2-3 years.
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    Classic cranberry and red current aromas giving us a wine with enough bite and texture to be foody but with enough generosity of fruit to be a delicious glass on its own. A touch of oak in the wine making lends a little soothing creaminess to the whole. Pretty, poised and textural.