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- Medium sweet style Riesling by one of Central Otago's big name producers, Mt Difficulty
- Drink now or throw some in the cellar for the next 6-9 years
- Ideal with spicy Asian cuisine and simple fish dishes
Hawkes Bay Wine Awards – Silver
- HOT PRICE on this legendary Hawke's Bay Chardonnay! Limited time only
- Big, rich, deliciously golden, full bodied Hawke's Bay Chardonnay
- 100% barrel fermented, close to 100% MLF (the fancy winemaking process that gives Chardonnay that buttery, creamy texture)
- Drink now or cellar for up to 5 years
Sam Kim 5 Stars
Michael Cooper 4.5 Stars
Easter Wine Show Silver
- Produced by Saltrams, this label has a keen following with Barossa hardcore!
- 93/100 (James Halliday) - "Good, bright, fresh drinking now, but will no doubt age nicely"
- Bold, plush and rich red - pretty much your absolute classic Barossa Shiraz
- A juicy slab of peppered steak with a glass of this...or how about Adam's beef cheeks? Cheeky or what!
Hawkes Bay Wine Awards – Trophy
- Keltern in Hawke's Bay - one of NZ's great Chardonnay vineyards!
- Trophy Champion Wine of Show, Trophy Champion Chardonnay & Gold medal (Hawke's Bay Wine Awards 2018), Gold medal (NZ Int'l Wine Show 2018), Gold medal (NZ Wine of the Year Awards 2018), 5 Stars, 96/100 (Bob Campbell MW), 5 Stars (Michael Cooper MW)
- Listed in the Fines Wines of NZ for 2019 - served to Air NZ's Business Premier
- "considerable power and obvious cellaring potential" (Bob Campbell MW)
NZ Wine of the Year Awards – Gold
Fine Wines of New Zealand
Hawkes Bay Wine Awards – Trophy
Michael Cooper 5 Stars
Hawkes Bay Wine Awards – Gold
- One of the top sellers in the Penfolds Bin Range
- 96/100 (James Halliday), 94/100 (Andrew Caillard MW), 92/100 (Huon Hooke MW)
- "A good if not transcendent Bin 28" (Huon Hooke MW)
- Huge cellaring potential - up to 2030 and beyond!
- Blend of Merlot & Cabernet, aged in French oak for 2 years
- 4 Stars (Michael Cooper) - "Offering good value ($21)"
- Made by Pegasus Bay in Waipara, north Canterbury
- Just the wine for grilled chops (pork, veal or lamb) with fresh herbs from the garden!
- Classic big, bold, full-bloody, not-for-the-fainted-hearted Shiraz
- From the Barossa Valley
- Established in 1859 by William Salter, he loved a good DIY job (including banging up the Mamre Brook house)
- Medium to full bodied Cabernet from the Clare Valley in South Australia
- Top Value (The Real Review)
- Full of rich fruit flavours and a touch of spice
- Try food matching it with Kangaroo meatballs - if you're short on a pair of those we reckon a cut of good old Kiwi lamb or venison would do the trick!
- Named Chalk Ridge as the vineyard block is covered with fossilised limestone
- 91/100 (Bob Campbell MW)
- "Fine-boned syrah with floral, pepper, chalk, mineral and red fruit flavours. A supple wine with purity and restrained power, supported by a backbone of fine tannins that provide interesting cellaring prospects" (Bob Campbell MW)
- The winery neighbours the Waihopai spy bases (they look like massive over sized, misplaced golf balls)
- "A consistently attractive, top-value wine" (Michael Cooper)
- Best enjoyed 2020-2024
- Hand picked, barrel fermented, oak aged