The Gimblett Gravels Chardonnay is made using very traditional winemaking techniques involving wild yeasts and the use of French oak barriques. The resulting wine is always finely flavoured an... Read More
The wonderful, crisp sauvignon blancs put New Zealand's vineyards and winemakers on the map. Fairly recently they have come up with some very good-value *chardonnays* thereby entering a huge n... Read More
Very pale straw colour streaked with youthful green hues. A combination of lemon, nectarine, acacia flowers and flint provides a subtle yet complex aroma. Our tightest Gimblett Gravels Chardon... Read More
Subtle floral notes on the nose, with lychee and mango. Smoky, complex, clean.
On the palate were citrus, stone fruit and floral flavours. Good minerality, with sharp acid, creaminess and va... Read More
92 points James Suckling: An unashamedly creamy, lees-driven style that has plenty of fresh banana bread and peach pastry on offer: a really attractive nose. The palate is supple, rich and cre... Read More
Very pale straw colour with youthful green hues. Floral aromatics of citrus blossom, acacia and clover honey meld with mineral characters of chalk dust and flint. Manadarin zest and lemon frui... Read More