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A wonderfully luscious Pinot Gris with aromas of pear and spice on the nose and a tropical richness on the palate which is well balanced and off-dry. Enjoy in its youth or cellar for 2-3 years.
Fruit for this Pinot Gris is sourced from a vineyard in the northern Wairarapa. Care is taken in the vineyard to ensure the crops are not high and that the fruit is exposed so that it can ripen well. The focus in the winery is to capture the pure fruit flavours that come from the vineyard whilst adding complexity through our winemaking efforts to provide a multi-dimensional wine.
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The 'Valley of the Rocks' shines gold. Valdepenas, aka Spain's Valley of the Rocks, is home to Navarro Lopez and this golden hued Verdejo. Intensely aromatic and creamy, there are notes of nutty brioche and mouthwatering citrus - courtesy of the limestone soils these grapes call home. Try it chilled, with goat’s cheese or something from the sea! Pale yellow in colour with green notes, clean and bright. The nose has subtle hints of apple, pear and tropical fruits accentuated by vegetable and white balsamic aromas. On the palate the wine is citrus fresh and dry. Verdejo originated in North... Read More