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Elegant aromas of jasmine and sandalwood along with richer notes of brioche and butterscotch. On the palate, lively minerality adds complexity to flavors of pear, green apple and lemon. Rich, elegant and luxurious, this Chardonnay has a satiny smooth finish with a delightful touch of cinnamon, vanilla and hard spices.
This sparkling wine is pale, golden straw in color. Bubbles are full textured and persistent. On the nose the wine brings fresh citrus with hints of honey and white floral notes. The flavor is fresh and clean, with ripe citrus, lemon, green apple, and touches of grapefruit, minerality, and some
Intense, dark cherry red. Exquisite black fruit aroma (blueberry jam) with toasty (roasted coffee) and spicy (vanilla, black pepper) undertones. The palate is expressive, powerful, with serious, austere tannins very characteristic of Cabernet Sauvignon that gradually meld in the mouth with long, flavorful persistence.
This highly enjoyable Sauvignon Blanc is filled with nectarine, grapefruit and rock melon characters with an elegant lime zest lift. The palate is generous and flavorsome with excellent fruit intensity, beautifully structured by juicy acidity. It is long and attractive on the finish.
A lush, velvety, attractive wine with beautiful fruit flavors and balance. Entry is of bright fruit flavors of black current and black cherry, pomegranate, tar, and peppery spice, rich minerality. Great acid balance, soft texture. Long, spicy, fruit-driven finish.
Absence of oak aging combines with extravagant lees contact and exclusion of oxygen in stainless steel to protect and concentrate welcoming aromatics and luscious flavors, fine for cellaring. Juicy and bright pear, passion fruit, and hints of citrus on a gently herbal frame.
Dark garnet core with brilliant clarity. Luscious aromas of licorice, root beer, clove and vanilla. Ample sandy tannins provide a backdrop for flavors of blueberry, vanilla bean and wood tones. Long-finishing with a remarkably soft palate.
This wine showcases the youthful, fresh and vibrant characteristics of Marlborough. Initially, the cool climate Awatere aromas jump out of the glass, such as lemongrass, jalapeño peppers and fresh herbs. In contrast, the Wairau Valley has warmer summer months, influencing vineyards to produce a pungent Sauvignon Blanc with ripe citrus