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Moana Park Estate is in the Hawkes Bay, with vines being first planted in the early 1980’s. The wines are produced in as sustainable way as possible with the company also being certified as vegan in recent years. Their Syrah is taken from estate vineyards and produced in a bold style, reminiscent of the wines from the Rhone Valley. Brambly, forest floor notes with hints of spicy black pepper and lifted violets – it’s one not to be missed. Moana Park also have a Viognier and red blend of Merlot and Malbec in their portfolio, so grab a mixed case and try them all!
18/20, Wine Central Tasting Panel
Gimblett Road, Hawke's Bay, New Zealand
The Growers’ Collection “creature series” gives the nod to the unique land where Moana Park's grapes are pressed. It features nautical creatures and tales of the sea because the land was after all, for thousands of years, nutrient dense seabed, raised from the ocean during the Napier Earthquake in 1931.
Moana Park Estate was started in 1981, when the first vineyards were planted on what used to be a large sheep station in the Hawkes Bay. Today, they produce a range of wines from their Estate Grown range, Grower’s Range and all the way up to their special Library releases.
Full and round with a subtle sweetness giving a rich and round mouth feel. The vanilla aromatics compliment flavours of raspberries, dark plums, and chocolate. 13.5% abv. It’s the Industrial Revolution, people were increasingly moving to cities, prisons were overcrowded, and petty crime was on the rise. After the Revolution of 1776 prevented transportation to America, it was decided banishment to Australia would solve these problems. Between 1788 and 1868, 165,000 convicts made the long voyage by sea to Australia. Times were tough for criminals, but these individuals were tougher. They survived the boat ride and the exile. Now their stories... Read More
Well priced, well made â€“ what more could you want? This Syrah is the epitome of value for money, its rich (but not too heavy) aromatic and with a great balance of acid and tannin. Notes of dark plum, ripe black cherries and bramble like aromas are most obvious on the nose, while itâ€™s the hint of vanilla and spice on the palate that leaves you wanting more. Serve alongside any grilled red meat, or simply on its own as a mid-week treat. 90/100, Sam Kim, Wine Orbit "A gorgeous comforting wine; the inviting bouquet shows Black Doris plum, blueberry,... Read More