1. New Zealand Pinot Noir

    New Zealand Pinot Noir
    Pinot Noir is the second-most-planted grape variety in New Zealand. The cool New Zealand climate and intense UV ray exposure (due to the hole in the ozone layer in that region) result in complex, fruit-driven wines with silky texture and tannins. We stock some excellent New Zealand Pinot Noir. Read further to learn more about their origins and profiles. Martinborough Martinborough is...
  2. Rabbit Ranch Wines Hop into our Wine Listings!

    The Rabbit Ranch in Central Otago NZ was once a sheep farm located in the high country, which had always suffered from rabbit infestations! Originally converted to vines at the turn of the last century, the Rabbit Ranch unfortunately fell into disrepair after World War Two, but luckily for us was re-planted and is now producing exceptional quality Pinot Noir...
  3. International Trophy for Gibbston Valley Pinot Noir

    Award Winning Pinot The 2008 Gibbston Valley Reserve Pinot Noir was awarded the trophy for Best Pinot Noir at the 2010 Sydney International Wine Competition. Exclusively imported by us! WinemakerChristopher Keys was delighted with the result.  “This is notable for two reasons – firstly, the quality of the judging gives theSydneycompetition great credibility, and secondly because for the first...

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