Marlborough, New Zealand

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    Produced by the excellent Ant Moore from fruit grown high above the Waihopai Valley. Stunning value with gooseberry and citrus notes and balanced acidity.
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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.
  • Yellow- fleshed peaches, rock melon and blackcurrant alongside lemon icing, chamomile and hints of rose petal – this is a delicately perfumed and deliciously ripe-fruited interpretation of Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc. The palate is both subtle and textural, showing considerable ripeness and concentration, with a crisp and long, juicy finish.
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    This is a really great value Sauvignon Blanc made by Graham Avery. This is a ripe and opulent Sauvignon Blanc with an outstanding gooseberry and passion fruit palate and keen acidity. Delicious.
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    Staete Landt is a reference to the great Dutch explorer Abel Tasman. This is a wonderful, ripe, oily, fat example with gooseberry and passion fruit.
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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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    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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    Ruud Masdaam and partner pursue the dream of excellent Marlborough wine. This is achieved with sweet fruit, rustic nuances and fine textures. Top drop.
  • Fragrant aromas of spice, pear and stone fruit mix with underlying notes of brioche and freshly cut spring flowers. This wine is medium bodied and textured with flavours of ripe pear and white peach and a touch of spicy nutmeg - all characteristics that are synonymous with Pinot Gris grown in the Blind River sub-region of Marlborough
  • Fresh citrus aromatics of sweet lime and grapefruit with subtle floral notes. Light bodied, it is fresh and appealing with flavours of lime and grapefruit carrying through to the palate and a distinct mineral finish reflective of the Blind River sub-region. Rounded and well-balanced acidity with mineral notes on the long finish.