Tohu (pronounced tor-who) are Aotearoa’s first Maori owned wine company. The label features the famous New Zealand Koru, that iconic symbol slapped on the side of every plane in the national Air NZ fleet.
They source the fruit for their Pinot Gris from some of their vineyards in the Awatere Valley down there in Marlborough. This is their latest 2019 release and, well, she’s a belter alright. Check it out…
Gold medal – NZ Int’l Wine Show (2019)
Gold medal – Marlborough Wine Show (2019)
Gold medal – Sydney Int’l Wine Comp (2020)
Gold medal – New World Wine Awards (2019)
This ain’t no flash in the pan that’s for sure. Going Gold at four (yes, 4!) major wine shows shows this is the bees knees and for a little over fifteen bucks represents solid value.
Heaps of succulent pear and stone fruit flavours and a dryish finish. Just the style for some spicy Asian cuisine!