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An aromatic Chardonnay with melon and stone fruit on the nose followed by a palate layered with ripe fruits and vanilla oak. Best enjoyed now or will cellar for up to 4-5 years.
The Orchard Lane winery can be found down along winding lane in the Marlborough growing region in an area once surrounded by apple orchards. Nowadays one row remains and provides fresh apples to wine-makers and cellar hands throughout the season.
Strawberries and Cream Another tasty bottling from Ant Moore– this time a rose! It’s bright, vibrant, and fills your glass with aromas of strawberries, cherries and wild flowers. The palate shows much the same, but ends creamy and clean with a well-rounded mouth feel. Region: Central Otago, New Zealand Read More
Stone fruit, apple, ripe pear and a hint of citrus are brimming out of this Pinot Gris from the Hawkes Bay. Vinified by a mystery winemaker (if we told you who he was we’d have to... well you know what we ’d have to do!) and bottled under the Duck Point label, this bottling is fresh, fruity and slightly off dry. Serve it alongside any Thai food, chicken dish or summer salad and it’ll be a crowd pleaser - a t prices like this, grab a case and fill your fridge! Duck Point Pinot Gris represents all the flavours we... Read More
Lightly golden in colour, this aromatic Gisborne Chardonnay is an example of a delicious balance between fruit and acidity. Peach, lemon and pineapple are the prominent flavour profiles here, leaving your mouth feeling wonderfully rich and creamy. Closure: Screwcap Alcohol: 13% [intro]Peach, lemon and pineapple are the prominent flavour profiles here, leaving your mouth feeling wonderfully rich and creamy.[/intro] Read More
"Sauvignon Blanc with a difference. Grown from old Sauvignon Blanc vines in Waimauku, this is an intriguing wine with personality and persistence. Sauvignon typicity is given structure and complexity derived from the use of French oak and natural fermentation with indigenous yeasts. On the nose, citrus, fresh mint and sage lead the charge followed by smoky, mineral characters. A mouth-tingling palate packed with a concentration of grapefruit, cut grass and capsicum is complimented by savoury toasted oak, and the finish of lingering, limey acidity. Racy, zesty, and just a little bit edgy." - from Hunting Lodge 12.5% abv. Read More