Providore is a brand new label in which winemaker Pete Bartle (ex-Peregrine) brings legendary winemaking skills and access to the best vineyard sources across Central Otago. Named after the providores who once supplied the goldfields, this complete range of Central Otago classic styles are seamlessly balanced and perfectly delivered, offering from the get-go some of the very best value in New Zealand wine.
What The Critics Say
93/100 Cameron Douglas Master Sommelier
"Youthful, fruity, fresh and bright with aromas and flavours of cherry and red apple, some rose and earthy mineral complexity. Dry on the palate with little to no impact of oak, fine fruit tannins and youthful acidity bite. Persistent salivating flavours, a tease of complexity and lengthy finish. A lovely wine, balanced and well made." Drink 2018 - 2022
92/100 Bob Campbell MW
"Providore's first pinot noir to be bottled from the 2018 vintage is predominantly made from Gibbston grapes. It's a fresh, fruit-focused pinot noir, with vibrant dark berry and crushed herb flavours plus a subtle wood-smoke influence. A deliciously approachable wine. 25/11/2018."
18+/20 Raymond Chan
"Dark, even ruby-red colour with youthful purple hues, a little lighter on the edge. The nose is elegantly proportioned with deeply packed and dense aromas of dark-red berry fruit and dark plums entwined with dark herbs and spicy notes, unfolding a little primary confectionary perfume and lift. Medium-full bodied, the palate is sweet and juicy with plush, but stylishly restrained flavours of ripe, dark-red berry fruit with dark plum notes, unfolding dark herbs and spices with a little jam. The palate is smooth with fine-grained tannin in support lending some structure and grip. The acidity is balanced and the wine carries with energy to a sweet, plush, lingering finish. This is a sweet, luscious and juicy dark-red berry and plummy Pinot Noir with herb, spice and jammy detail on a smooth, supple-textured palate. Match with roasted and barbecued red meats over the next 4+ years. Hand-picked fruit, clones Abel, 5, 6, 667, 777 and 115, predominantly from the ‘Clark’ and ‘Gibbston Back Road’ vineyards in Gibbston with a small portion from Queensberry, fully destemmed but not crushed and fermented to 14.0% alc., the wine aged in tank and French oak barriques. 1,500 cases made. 18.0+/20 Nov 2018 RRP $25.00"
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