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2012 Highfield Marlborough Chardonnay

Normally $33. . Limited production, defined styles and rigorous de-classification ensures the making of consistently high quality wines. "Typically a classy wine. The 2012 (4*), barrel-fermented and lees-aged, is full-bodied, with strong grapefruit and peach flavours, slightly limey and buttery, and savoury, nutty notes adding complexity. Drink mid-2014+." M.Cooper


2014 Forrest Estate "The Doctors' Riesling

Trophy for Champion Riesling at the Air NZ Wine Awards. Low-alcohol style (9.0 per cent) is like biting into a fresh Granny Smith apple. Reminiscent of a Mosel, with fresh, tight lemon/lime flavours, showing good intensity and vivacity, and a medium-sweet, appetisingly crisp finish. Drink now or cellar.


2012 Highfield Marlborough Riesling

Gold and Trophy for 'Best Riesling in the Air NZ Wine Awards. "This is a consistently rewarding wine, priced sharply. The 2012 is already delicious, with plenty of youthful impact. Light-bodied (10 per cent alcohol), it has strong, fresh, citrusy, slightly limey flavours, a hint of passionfruit, and a distinct splash of sweetness (39 grams/litre residual sugar) balanced by mouth-watering acidity.


2013 Highfield Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc

One of the best consistent under the radar sauvignons on the market. Fruit is sourced from a mixture of vineyards located in the Wairau, Omaka and Brancott valleys. 95/100 from Bob Campbell in Gourmet Wine Traveller writing "Very attractive white with pink grapefruit, gooseberry, tropical fruit and red capsicum. The wine has good concentration and is long and linear with a pleasing texture. A small percentage was fermented in oak barrels."


2013 Jadot Macon Grange Magnien

100 % chardonnay from the Maconnaise region in southern burgundy and offers superb value for this quality. This is a single vineyard macon from the slopes overlooking the Saone river.Wonderfully fresh and beautifully balanced. This chardonnay displays a fragrant minerally character that is the hallmark of fine macon wines. If you like your chardannays laid back but with plenty of fine flavour then this is a beauty.


2011 Herzog Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 'Sur Lie'


2011 Pyramid Valley Field of Fire Chardonnay

"Based just down the road from Bell Hill in Waikari, N. Canterbury, Mike tenured at Neudorf having learnt his trade in Burgundy, then with Randall Grahm and Ernie Loosen. Having found a suitable site in 2000 situated upon steep clay-limestone soils, he exacted a high density planting (10-12,000 vines/ha) and imposed biodynamic principles from day one. This is an impressive range of artisan can only imagine what will be produced when they reach the same age as Burgundy Grand Crus, so watch this space!" Robert Parkers Wine Advocate 1.7 tonnes/acre from this tiny, south-east facing home block; eight year old vines. Slightly variable soils from top to bottom, though primarily shallow (10-15cm) glauconitic clays over well-drained limestone. Biodynamic from inception.


2011 Pyramid Valley Lions Tooth Chardonnay

1 tonne/acre from this steeply inclined, east facing home block. Gorgeous soils, with nut and crumb structure and great mineral fertility: 30% clay, 15-20% active lime. Again, biodynamic from inception.


2010 Church Road "Tom" Hawkes Bay Chardonnay

"Church Road’s flagship Chardonnay delivers plenty of power and flavour showing strong evidence of classy oak use and lengthy barrel maturation on the yeast lees. Certainly an impressive wine although there is no question in my mind that the 2010 Reserve Church Road offers superior value if not better quality. Should age very well." 94/100 Bob Campbell


2012 Greenhough Nelson Apple Valley Riesling


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