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. Great Discounts on Te Herā Wines!

    Great Discounts on Te Herā Wines!
    Ask us who produces the most exquisite Pinot Noir in the Martinborough region of New Zealand and we would have to say Te Herā! Te Herā is a family business producing a small range of handcrafted wines. Thirteen acres of vines were originally planted at Te Herā in 1996. The unique soil structure with underlying gravel deposits together with the cooling winds, low...
  3. Autumn Wines for Autumn Times

    Autumn Wines for Autumn Times
    The weather in the UK is turning chilly, nights are getting longer and with the first light fall of snow hitting Scotland just this past weekend, we are most definitely in the midst of autumn. While the harvest festivals and bonfire night let us know that we are nearly in winter, we are not quite there yet. So sometimes when it comes...

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