A blend of fruit parcels from the length and breadth of Marlborough made in a dry, mineral style to suit food and age well.
Peach, light pear, citrus peel and a hint of spice.
Medium-bodied with pear and peach flavours, mineral texture and a long finish.
Salads, seafood, poultry and egg dishes — a versatile food wine that pairs particularly well with smoked salmon
90 POINTS "TOP VALUE"
“Gently aromatic pinot gris, with impressively pure, ripe Nashi pear, apple and bready yeast lees flavours. A dry and refreshing wine that's like biting into a chilled, tree-ripened pear.” JUL 20
Bob Campbell, Master of Wine
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"Bargain-priced, the 2019 vintage was mostly grown in the Awatere Valley, but also in the Southern Valleys and at Kekerengu. Pale and fragrant, it is full-bodied, with good depth of pear and peach flavours, gentle spicy notes, and a dry, smooth finish."
New Zealand Wines: Michael Cooper's Buyer's Guide 2020
"A fragrant, floral, youthful expression with aromas of white flowers and crisp green pear, there's a white peach and crunchy apple layer then white pepper. Just dry on the plate with a satin texture and flavours that reflect the bouquet. Acidity adds contrast and crunch. Well made with a balanced, even finish. Ready to drink from today and through 2023." SEP 20
Cameron Douglas Master Sommelier
Sustainably certified SWNZ