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Marlborough, South Island

Marlborough, South Island

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  • 2020 ‘The Nest’ Sauvignon Blanc, Lake ChaliceWhite Wine

    2020 ‘The Nest’ Sauvignon Blanc, Lake Chalice

    £1195

    A clear, bright wine with subtle aromas of blackcurrant bud, river stones and rock salt. The vibrant palate is fresh, juicy and textured with mineral notes layered with blackcurrant fruit through to a refreshing, zesty finish. Winemaker Chole Gabrielsen has crafted an outstanding wine that allies stunning value with high quality.

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  • 2015 Seaview Vineyard Gewurztraminer, YealandsWhite Wine

    2015 Seaview Vineyard Gewurztraminer, Yealands

    £1350

    The Yealands Seaview Vineyard in the Awatere Valley is one of New Zealand’s most coastal vineyards. Breath-taking vistas of rolling hills and wild coastline define the Yealands wines. The strong offshore winds encourage the grapes to grow small with thickened skins and wonderfully concentrated characteristics.

    The Yealands Estate Single Vineyard wines such as this 2015 Estate Single Vineyard Gewurztraminer, are the truest expression of the Yealands coastal location, showcasing the unique environment and diversity of flavours across this singularly incredible vineyard.

    Bouquet: Wonderfully rich and perfumed, with aromatics of lychee and rose water.

    Palate: Shows concentrated floral, lychee and ginger flavours with a refreshing finish.

    Food Match: Enjoy with spicy dishes such as Vietnamese duck salad or Thai fish curry.

    Dietary Information: This wine is suitable for vegetarians, vegans and a gluten-free diet.

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  • 2021 Seaview Vineyard Sauvignon Blanc, YealandsWhite Wine

    2021 Seaview Vineyard Sauvignon Blanc, Yealands

    £1450

    The Yealands Seaview Vineyard in the Awatere Valley is one of New Zealand’s most coastal vineyards. Breath-taking vistas of rolling hills and wild coastline define the Yealands wines. The strong offshore winds encourage the grapes to grow small with thickened skins and wonderfully concentrated characteristics.

    Bouquet: Shows pure fruit flavours of passionfruit, blackcurrant leaf, fresh herbs layered with bright citrus notes.

    Palate: The palate is textured and elegant, with the distinctive mineral finish that our Single Vineyard Sauvignon Blanc is renowned for.

    Food Match: Enjoy as an aperitif, or with freshly shucked oysters, prawns, green lip mussels and clams. Also matches brilliantly with a goats cheese salad.

    Dietary: Suitable for vegetarians, vegans and a gluten-free diet.

    Cellaring: Enjoy now, or cellar 2-4 years.

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  • 2019 ‘The Nest’ Pinot Gris, Lake ChaliceWhite Wine

    2019 ‘The Nest’ Pinot Gris, Lake Chalice

    £1469

    Aromas of freshly cut pear mingle with citrus undertones on this softly textured Pinot Gris. The palate is beautifully balanced with layers of poached pear, honeycomb and a touch of sweet pastry on the finish.

    The fruit for this wine is predominantly sourced from selected vineyards in the flood plains of Marlborough’s lower Wairau Valley. The eastern flood plain soils are nutrient-rich silty loam, renowned for delivering fruit-forward notes.  Once the grapes were picked they were immediately pressed to minimise skin contact followed by cool fermentation in with selected yeasts in temperature-controlled stainless steel tanks, in order to capture the desired level of fruity aromatics. A small proportion was aged in seasoned French oak adding complexity to the wine.

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  • 2020 ‘The Nest’ Pinot Noir, Lake ChaliceRed Wine

    2020 ‘The Nest’ Pinot Noir, Lake Chalice

    £1495

    This is the wineries tasting note and its so good we thought we would share it with you :

    To experience the exotic aroma and tastes of this Pinot Noir from the Waipara Valleys, we’d like you to join us on a magic carpet ride to a middle eastern market bazaar.  The bustling market stalls fill the air with the aroma of ripe berries and dried fruits. The spice stall owners spruik their wears, waving vanilla pods and pouring cardamom spices theatrically onto their scales in front of your nose.  All these elements combine in glorious cinematic technicolour for the tastebuds. Softly textured with ripe berry fruits and dried currants set against a backdrop of warmed spices.   Rub this bottle of Waipara Pinot Noir three times before pouring it, and the first sip might transport you there again. No magic carpet required.

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    2017 Marlborough Pinot Gris, Tinpot Hut

    £1495

    A cracking example of Pinot Gris from winemaker Fiona Turner.  Fragrant aromas of spice, pear and stone fruit mix with underlying notes of brioche and freshly cut spring flowers. This wine is medium-bodied and textured with flavours of ripe pear and white peach and a touch of spicy nutmeg – all characteristics that are synonymous with Pinot Gris grown in the Blind River sub-region of Marlborough. This wine has beautifully ripe fruit flavours and is silky with good palate weight. The finish is both succulent and lingering.

     

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  • 2019 ‘Origin’ Riesling, Saint ClairWhite Wine

    2019 ‘Origin’ Riesling, Saint Clair

    £1495

    This 2019 Riesling opens in the In the glass with fragrant notes of Kaffir lime and mandarin, layered with hints of orange blossom and beeswax. On the palate, distinct minerality and fresh citrus flavours of juicy mandarin, lead to a crisp mid-palate with delicate sweetness and a smooth, off-dry finish.

    The grapes were harvested from a single vineyard in Marlborough’s Blind River area of the Awatere Valley. The Blind River area is building a very good reputation for its ability to produce wines with concentrated citrus expression. The climate for this area is typically very dry. The grapes were harvested at the peak of flavour development in the cool of the evening.

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  • 2017 Pinot Gris, FraminghamWhite Wine

    2017 Pinot Gris, Framingham

    £1500

    Rich gold in colour, this wine delights with mellow aromatics, which are reminiscent of pear, apple, quince, dough and cream, with a touch of wood smoke. On the palate, it has generous flavours of baked apple, quince, cream, nuts and pastry. The intense, complex and rich palate balances acidity with good weight and a silky texture, culminating in a spicy, leesy finish.

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  • 2021 ‘Origin’ Sauvignon Blanc, Saint Clair Wine Republic Heros White Wine

    2021 ‘Origin’ Sauvignon Blanc, Saint Clair

    £1550

    Tropical aromas of passionfruit, guava and blackcurrant combine with nettle and subtle chalky mineral notes. The rich, full palate with grapefruit and blackcurrant leaf is enveloped in green notes of nettle and pepper and a delicate sea salt character, through to a long, mineral finish.

    The grapes was sourced from a selection of vineyards located predominantly in the lower Wairau sub-region. This is what Saint Clair regards as Marlborough’s best subregion for Sauvignon Blanc, producing wines with heightened expression. These vineyards sit on alluvial, silt soils. Each vineyard block was harvested when it reached maximum flavour maturity and physiological ripeness.

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  • 2020 Sauvignon Blanc, Ibbotson Family VineyardWhite Wine

    2020 Sauvignon Blanc, Ibbotson Family Vineyard

    £1595

    Lifted aromas of passionfruit, melon and blackcurrant combine with subtle mineral notes. The rich and full palate, is exquisitely balanced with vibrant notes of passionfruit, grapefruit and guava leading to a long mineral finish.

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  • 2020 ‘The Falcon’ Sauvignon Blanc, Lake ChaliceWhite Wine

    2020 ‘The Falcon’ Sauvignon Blanc, Lake Chalice

    £1650

    The elegant and flinty bouquet is complemented by distinct aromas of passionfruit, blackcurrant leaf and zesty grapefruit. Refreshing tropical characters are echoed on the palate, underpinned by a salty minerality and a lingering, fruity finish.  The fruit for this wine is harvested from the Lower Wairau region of Marlborough. The eastern flood plain soils are nutrient-rich silty loam, renowned for delivering Marlborough’s iconic tropical flavoured Sauvignon Blanc

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  • 2015 Classic Riesling, FraminghamWhite Wine

    2015 Classic Riesling, Framingham

    £1695

    This wine is an elegant pale gold in the glass, with hints of green. It has a fragrant, complex nose showing tangelo, honeysuckle, jasmine and quinine aromatics along with hints of apricot, beeswax, cream and some gentle nuances of wet stone.

    Fruit for the Framingham Classic Riesling was sourced from their estate vineyard in the Wairau Valley. The alluvial, well-drained soils of the Wairau were formed by the sedimentation of the Wairau River. In the warm centre of the valley – where there is low rainfall and relatively low frost risk – Framingham are able to harvest controlled yields at desired ripeness.

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  • 2018 Noble Riesling ‘Godfreys Creek Reserve’, Saint Clair, 375mlDessert Wine, Port & Dessert Wine

    2018 Noble Riesling ‘Godfreys Creek Reserve’, Saint Clair, 375ml

    £1750

    Saint Clair Godfrey’s Creek Noble Reserve Riesling is a deliciously complex dessert wine, with a bouquet of clover honey, cinnamon and beeswax. Luscious and silky on the palate with rich orange, apricot and cocoa notes leading to a long, smooth finish.

    The fruit for Godfrey’s Creek is grown in the heart of the Marlborough Valley. The vineyard is situated on the Wairau Valley floor, where it experiences early morning dew and light afternoon breezes; a successful combination in the production of Noble Riesling. Select grape bunches were left to hang on the vine until late in the season, promoting raisining and botrytis. The grapes were hand-harvested once the desired level of sugar had been reached. This wine is only made in vintages when the season facilitates the extra hanging time required for the growth of botrytis on the grapes. The vineyard is cultivated according to sustainable practices and is accredited to Sustainable Winegrowing New Zealand.

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  • 2019 ‘Origin’ Pinot Noir, Saint Clair Wine Republic Heros Red Wine

    2019 ‘Origin’ Pinot Noir, Saint Clair

    £1750

    Dark garnet colour in the glass with aromas layered with blueberry and blackcurrant fruits, intermingled with dark chocolate aromas. The palate is concentrated and fruit-driven with ripe red berries and dark fruits filling the senses. Delicate tannin and savoury oak notes to finish. Well-matched with garlic and rosemary lamb rack with a side of fresh lettuce and pistachio salad.

    Drinking beautifully now, this wine can be enjoyed young or with careful cellaring will mature into a more complex wine that can be enjoyed for the next three years.

    The fruit is sourced from a number of specifically chosen low cropping vineyards from the Southern Valleys region of the Wairau Plain. The vines are grown in very clay-rich, vigour moderating soils. Each vineyard is closely monitored and tasted to determine when the flavours were at their optimum and harvested in the cool of the morning.

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  • 2013 Turner Vineyard Riesling, Tinpot HutWhite Wine

    2013 Turner Vineyard Riesling, Tinpot Hut

    £1795

    Fresh citrus aromatics of sweet lime and mandarin mingle with subtle floral notes. A light-bodied fresh and appealing palate displaying flavours of lime and grapefruit with a distinct mineral finish so reflective of the Blind River sub-region. Rounded and well-balanced acidity with mineral notes leads to a long pleasing finish.

     

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