The Wine Ferret

+64 3 379 1674 130C Montreal Street
Christchurch,
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The Wine Ferret officially opened on September 2nd 2006. We are not your normal liquor outlet. Don't expect to drop in for a bottle of gin or a six-pack of RTDs. We are here for wine enthusiasts: the 20% of wine buyers who may not necessarily purchase wine for immediate consumption. More often than not, our customers will purchase wine to be cellared. We are here for people who want something different, special, and of high quality. We reserve the right to not stock exclusively wine, but everything we stock will be wine-related and distinctive. Don't think of us as a shop, but as place of refuge, education and discovery. Come in, try a featured wine, and stay a while and have a chat. The WineFerret company is owned and managed by Lindsay, Lyn and Helen. We stock wines that we want to drink ourselves, wines that represent very good quality for their price, and wines that are not found, or are difficult to find, elsewhere in Christchurch. We are first and foremost wine enthusiasts who are indulging in Read more »

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  • Continuing with my ongoing quest to ferret out the best values in wine, I turn my attention to Merlot. You would think that Merlot, having received more than its fair share of disdain over the past decade or so, would be able to offer some great values. In truth, it very well might, but there seems to be a certain style to inexpensive Merlot tha... Read More

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    It is a blend, but a blend of what? The same thing every year? Or does it vary year to year? It must vary, because there is no year on the bottle... these are the thoughts that went through my head as I tasted this wine. I tried to ferret something out of this- astringent and a bit bitter in the mouth. Nothing earth shattering in the nose...... Read More

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