Wines by Country: New Zealand

Auckland

  • Untitled Pinot 3 The Red Edition $19.99 $17.99
    The Red Edition, same varieties as The Pink Edition but of course with more Pinot Noir in it but the Pinot Gris and the Pinot Blanc offers beautiful perfume, lovely aromas and gives it an extra lift of freshness and vitality. A lovely Pinot Noir which is light, soft and almost in the style of a Beaujolais for comparisons sake which you can put in the fridge for 20 mins or so and is absolutely stunning! Crisp and refreshing with lovely cherry flavours, excellent on its own or with food. Delicious!
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  • Kumeu River Coddington Chardonnay 2019 $71.99 $61.99
    “The 2019 vintage was exceptional and has produced sensational Chardonnay across the board. The single-vineyard Coddington wine is strongly coloured and richly ripe in the yellow peach and apricot spectrum, with a background of toasted oak and caramelised hazelnut. It is the biggest style in our range, and satisfyingly rich as such, but also nicely balanced with its acidity.”
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  • Kumeu River Hunting Hill Chardonnay 2019 $79.99 $69.99
    “The 2019 vintage was exceptional and produced sensational Chardonnay across all vineyards. Hunting Hill is very distinctive in its terroir typicity, with piercing lemon/lime fruit lift and florality on the nose, richness and volume in the mouth followed by lingering acidity and minerality on the finish. This is an absolute classic example of how great the Chardonnay grape can be: A beautifully powerful, yet elegant and complex wine with long term aging ability.”
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  • Kumeu River Estate Chardonnay 2019 $34.99 $29.99
    "The 2019 vintage was exceptional and has produced the finest Estate Chardonnay that any of us can remember. The Kumeu vineyards that contribute to this wine gave us some magnificent fruit and we had a wide array of options in putting the Estate Chardonnay blend together. The level of citrus fruit complexity, and the layering of aromas and flavours that this wine shows are stunning. This is a quality Chardonnay wine of style and pedigree that is delicious now but has the capability of aging as well as if not better than any of its predecessors."
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  • Kumeu River Maté's Vineyard Chardonnay 2019 $94.99 $89.99
    “The 2019 vintage was exceptional and produced sensational Chardonnay across all our vineyards. Mate’s Vineyard is always the last site we pick each year. In 2019 the grapes certainly had the distinctive Mendoza millerandage, giving many small berries along with the normal sized ones, and as a result a wonderfully concentrated palate texture and fruit richness. Although still somewhat shy on the nose coming out of the barrel, with bottle age the full palette of complex aromas and bouquet of this wonderful wine will be gradually and seductively revealed.”
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Central Otago

  • The Duke of Cromwell Pinot Noir 2018 $31.99 $26.99
    Dark blackcurrant and fresh spicy herb characters on the nose which give way to a supple elegant palate. Shows great poise with great minerality.
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  • The Duke of Cromwell Pinot Gris 2017 $26.99 $23.99
    Aromas of fleshy lightly spiced white fruits, equally creamy on the palate with a fruit led flavour profile, white spice and ginger lees suggestion.
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  • The Duke of Cromwell Pinot Blanc 2017 $26.99 $23.99
    Aromas and flavours of white fleshed tree fruits laced with white pepper spices and wild white flavours. Just dry on the palate.
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  • Nevis Bluff Pinot Gris 2017 $34.99 $29.99
    Nevis Bluff which was established in the mid 1990’s has been a great pioneer in Central Otago producing both Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris. However their real star is the Pinot Gris, it’s dry and full bodied with lovely mineral overtones, crisp bright acidity with hints of Turkish delight, ripe pear and still remaining fresh and crisp. Frankly one of the best Pinot Gris in the country!
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Gisborne

  • Old Vine Chardonnay 2019 $14.99 $13.99
    This is one of those super deals that do not come round that often but when they do, you should take it! Selected from old vines, this Chardonnay delivers an array of butterscotch, freshly baked bread but yet maintaining a lovely freshness and fruit flavours. Frankly you would expect to pay close to the $20 mark for a Chardonnay of this quality. It is ideal with white meats or fish, drinking very well now but will also keep for a year or two. Excellent value at $13.99.
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Hawkes Bay

  • ME by Matahiwi Estate Chardonnay 2020 $19.99 $18.99
    The fruit for this wine was grown in two vineyards in the Bridge Pa and Crownthorpe sub regions. A combination of Mendoza and Clone 15 provide differing flavour profiles, which helps to increase the complexity of the finished wine. These mature vines are cropped at low yield levels to give intensely flavoured grapes. This is a well-balanced wine showing ripe nectarine and summer fruit characters, with a creamy palate accented by elements of toasty oak on the finish. Try it with your favourite fish or poultry dish.
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  • Te Mata Alma Pinot Noir 2019 $59.99 $54.99
    Saturated, dark crimson, Alma Pinot Noir ’19 has an enticing nose of pomegranate, raspberry and black cherry syrup. Mineral and savoury notes – orange peel, peppercorns and sage – all glide across a serene surface of dark, fine tannin and lush ripe fruit. Alma Pinot Noir ’19 is structural. This is a wine of scope and horizons. Its depths are balanced by a lingering fruit acid tension that gives the wine a balletic level of poise, energy and grace.
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  • Te Mata Coleraine 2019 $139.99 $114.99
    “An iconic brand meets a terrific vintage. The result is a “must have” wine for collectors and investors. This is elegance on a grand scale and one of the best vintages I’ve tasted. Still youthful and quite closed (it was bottled on the day I tasted it) but with plushness and power.” -- Bob Campbell MW, Business Desk, February 2021
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  • Te Mata Elston Chardonnay 2019 $46.99 $36.99
    A brilliant white-gold in the glass, Elston Chardonnay ’19 has the immediate aroma of fresh golden nectarines, passionfruit and grilled pineapple. Lush, ripe acid drives the wine's length and balance, bringing the mouthfeel from ripe sweet lemon and white peach, to crème brûlée, roasted cashew, popcorn, to mineral tones and flint. As complex fruit becomes savoury in the long finish, the liveliness of Elston Chardonnay ’19 gives way to elegance. This is an Elston for the ages.
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  • Te Mata Awatea 2019 $46.99 $36.99
    Awatea, even though being the so called second wine after the Coleraine, is still a wonderful Bordeaux blend that is able to age beautifully for up to 10 years. It always shows ripe blackberry and blackcurrant aromatics with elements of vanilla creme and sandalwood. On the palate there’s a banquet of plum, raspberry, dried herbs and lingering dark cherry, set out across cedar and cocoa powder tannins. Classical in structure, with fine balance and length.
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  • Te Mata Zara Viognier 2019 $29.99 $24.99
    The soft citrine of Zara Viognier ’19 belies its intensely aromatic nature. Floral and fruit notes of orange blossom, apricot, rose and peach, blend with complexing hints of fennel, cashew and barrel char. The luscious palate delivers a finely balanced acidity that extends the wine all the way through its long, salivating, saline finish. Highly refined in both interest and complexity, Zara Viognier ’19 is unashamedly delicious.
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  • Te Mata Bullnose Syrah 2019 $76.99 $69.99
    Syrah has been another classic for Te Mata Estate pretty much established with the idea to make stunning perfumed and peppery Syrah, the style you will find in the Northern Rhone. Lush with plum and boysenberry, the palate has immense depth and is interwoven with black liquorice, spice and velvety chocolate tannins. This of course is still very young and will develop further for 8 to 10 years developing a peppery, black olive and beautifully balanced Syrah.
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  • Te Mata Cape Crest Sauvignon Blanc 2019 $34.99 $29.99
    Diamond-clear with lime green highlights, Cape Crest Sauvignon Blanc ’19 gives ripe tropical fruit, complexity and length for days. Aromas of yuzu, guava, kaffir lime and luscious white nectarine give way to palate of passionfruit, grapefruit, gooseberry, pear and crushed herbs, with just hint of sea-salt and smoke at the end of the long dry finish. A wine with great ageing potential as well as concentrated fruit, walking a long green tightrope between elegant and refreshing.
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Marlborough

  • Corofin Wrekin Vineyard Pinot Noir 2019 $59.99 $49.99
    The Wrekin occupies its own small locality tucked into the foothills of Marlborough’s Southern Valleys. Farmed bio-dynamically it is fast becoming a site of significance on the region’s vineyard landscape. The Wrekin’s clay soils, which are laid over greywacke parent rock, contribute hugely to the singularity of the wines made from this site: depth and texture with a salty twist.

    “Imagine it’s Christmas and you’ve cooked a leg of ham and studded it with cloves; this is the first impression of the wine. Then throw in a sprig of rosemary and a bunch of violets, et voilà, you get the impression of this idiosyncratic scent. With its meaty, almost feral, flavors and structured style, it marks a real contrast with Corofin’s delicate and pretty Settlement Vineyard Pinot Noir. It offers a high level of concentration, which is due to low yields – around 30hl/ha. While it has a sense of silken delicacy on the midpalate, the grippy tannins provide a firm but fine, chalky-textured grip. It’s a very good wine with personality plus, but the personality might be more appreciated by those willing to drink left of center. Drink 2022 to 2028.” – Rebecca Gibb MW
    Accolades:
    93/100 – Rebecca Gibb MW (Vinous)
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  • Corofin Wrekin Vineyard Chardonnay 2019 $59.99 $49.99
    The Wrekin occupies its own small locality tucked into the foothills of Marlborough’s Southern Valleys. Farmed bio-dynamically it is fast becoming a site of significance on the region’s vineyard landscape. The Wrekin’s clay soils, which are laid over greywacke parent rock, contribute hugely to the singularity of the wines made from this site: depth and texture with a salty twist.

    “From clay-rich soils in Marlborough’s Southern Valley. A mouth-filling chardonnay with ripe peach, grapefruit, ginger, cashew nut and guava flavours supported by juicy acidity. Drink 2021 to 2026.” – Bob Campbell MW
    Accolades:
    94/100 – Rebecca Gibb MW (Vinous)
    94/100 – Bob Campbell MW
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  • Corofin Settlement Vineyard Pinot Noir 2019 $59.99 $49.99
    Settlement Vineyard is planted on the slopes of the Omaka Valley in Marlborough. Owned by Dog Point and managed with immense intelligence and insight by viticulturist Nigel Sowman. East Slope lies in a north-north-east orientation and is planted at a density of 4,000 vines per hectare on clay-rich soils. BioGro certified. Their first and the youngest of their grower micro-sites; precious, and as usual radiating its earthy warmth, freshness and red-fruitedness. Quite sleek (vintage) but it gets around. The energy and generosity are to enjoy every time.

    “There’s no sense of trying too hard in this wine. Everything is relaxed and silken. The fruit hails from Dog Point’s youngest Pinot block in the Omaka Valley: it’s a low-yielding slope. In the winery, the ferment is composed of whole berries and there’s no new oak, creating a highly aromatic, very pretty style. It’s delightfully scented with red berries and dried herbs – a potpourri of rosemary, thyme and wormwood – plus a bitter-orange-like twist on the finish. Light-bodied and refined with delicate tannins. Drink 2021 to 2026.” – Rebecca Gibb MW
    Accolades:
    95/100 – Bob Campbell MW (2017 vintage)
    92/100 – Rebecca Gibb MW (Vinous)
    91/100 – Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate (2017 vintage)
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  • Corofin Folium Vineyard Chardonnay 2019 $59.99 $49.99
    The Folium Vineyard is located in Marlborough’s Brancott Valley. Planted in 1996, this beautiful site has been owned and tended with sensitive practices since 2011 by the inimitable Takaki Okada. Soil is Southern Valley Clay sitting on top of gravelly silt meaning that Chardonnay and Pinot Our from this dry-grown site have ripeness, precision and harmony.
    “From a non-irrigated vineyard in the heart of the Brancott Valley. Rich, ripe and concentrated chardonnay with white peach, ginger, vanilla, lime, citrus and spicy oak flavours. A mellow, mouth-watering wine from a top vintage. Drink 2021 to 2027.” – Bob Campbell MW
    Accolades:
    94/100 – Bob Campbell MW
    94/100 – Jamie Goode (2016 vintage)
    92/100 – Rebecca Gibb MW (Vinous)
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Martinborough

  • Ata Rangi Pōtiki Chardonnay 2018 $39.99 $36.99
    Bright aromas of citrus blossom, apple, blanched almonds with a hint of lime leaf. The palate is focused, with a salty, mineral line and fresh flavours of lemon and coriander. This is a youthful wine that’s delicious drinking now, but it will also reward further with cellar age. Barrel fermented in 300 litre puncheons with indigenous yeasts.
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  • Dry River Craighall Riesling 2019 $59.99 $49.99
    “On the palate we see an equally gentle personality too. The friendly entrance builds rapidly with an effortless movement slowing down in the centre to add weight and focus through lemon flowers, lime juice and anise. The fruit intensifies towards the mid and finishes long with a precise and harmonious acidity, which gives the wine its “open” feel.

    The wine is approachable now, but will reward cellaring for another seven to ten years.”
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  • Dry River Pinot Noir 2018 $96.99 $89.99
    "There is a light charred oak note present, easily confused with toasted almonds. Flowery scents like cherry blossom, violets and Christmas lilies are combined with plums, boysenberry and liquorice. Immediately the nose reveals this to be a serious wine: very coherent with rapidly expanding boundaries bringing aromatic volume.

    The palate, too, has an escalating horizon and an inflating edge; it’s simply delicious, with well-rounded tannins. Initially there is a juicy, plush elegance, with the tannins claiming a more authoritative and luxurious presence, showing off its class and flamboyance. The mid-palate brings the wine back to earth with a grounding acidity that reigns the wine in again without overpowering the fruit weight. It is just enough to bring life again to the floral and lighter fruit aromatics, to highlight the central core and to show the length and smooth finish on the back palate. This is a thought-provoking wine that occupies all spaces and has aroused our excitement tremendously.

    We expect this wine to gain further interest over the next ten years."
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  • Craggy Range Aroha Pinot Noir 2017 $128.99
    Beautifully crafted Pinot Noir, low yields, wonderful extraction with a dense dark cherry colour. Complex brooding aromatics of black cherry, plum, rose and wooden spices. An excellent illustration of subtle power across the palate. Beautifully textured ripe fruit flows seamlessly across the palate with sinew and spice from stem and oak influence. The feel is precise, savoury and long.
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Matakana

Nelson

North Otago

  • Q Waitaki Valley Pinot Noir 2015 $56.99 $49.99
    It’s youthful and ripe on the nose displaying red/black cherry, blueberry, spice and a hint of game characters. The palate is well-expressed with lovely fruit weight and silky texture, leading to a lingering dry finish backed by polished tannins.
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  • Q Waitaki Valley Pinot Gris 2017 $32.99 $29.99
    It’s beautifully ripe on the nose displaying white peach, pear, citrus and floral characters. The palate is concentrated and richly textured with succulence and well-balanced acidity, finishing impressively long and smooth. A lovely dry-style with a beautifully flowing mouthfeel.
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Waiheke

Waipara/Canterbury

  • Pyramid Valley Angel Flower Pinot Noir 2016 $129.99 $114.99
    “A wine with considerable, deep-set, spicy allure that has aromas of dried roses, blueberries, purple cherries and pot-pourri. The palate delivers a beautifully plush array of fine and seamless tannins, an exceptionally smooth mouthfeel and a long, alluring and convincing finish. Drink now. Screw cap.” 96/100 – James Suckling
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  • Tongue in Groove Riesling 2015 $34.99 $27.99
    Spicy aromas of black and white pepper abound with a heady perfume of orange blossom, mandarin skin essence, grapefruit and melon with hints of apricot kernels. The palate is rich and full yet with an elegance and purity at the same time; this is portrayed by the ripe flavours of passionfruit, orange and honey which is complimented by white pepper and lime zest. The palate is rich and long yet perfectly balanced by the acid leaving ones mouth cleansed and refreshed, making another glass irresistible.
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