She’s a saucy little Priestess and sure to make you smile if Pinot Gris with richness, a touch of spice and a dry finish.
From the famous Bridge Pa Triangle in Hawkes Bay, facing the Ruahine Ranges (Ruahine means Priestess in Maori). She got a 5 Star review from Wine Orbit’s Sam Kim, while Winestate magazine gave it 4 Stars and picked it as a “Best Buy” (meaning it offers that extra little bang for your buck). They called it “mouthfilling, with vibrant, peachy flavours, showing good richness.”
Made by Sileni in Hawke’s Bay, they aged a portion of the wine in old oak barrels to add complexity and flavour, all delivered with a lovely dry finish. Pair the Priestess with grilled chicken, pork, duck or spicy Asian cuisine.