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- Spy Valley's sweet sticky made from their Marlborough Sauvy grapes
- Very cool. No really - they picked the grapes in the middle of winter!
- 4 1/2 Stars (Michael Cooper MW), 93/100 (Bob Campbell MW), 4 Stars (Winestate magazine)
- Trophy & Double Gold medal sticky from Villa's kick ass Reserve lavbel1
- Listed in the Fines Wines of NZ for 2019 - served to Air NZ's Business Premier
- They call these wines "Nectar of the Gods" - heavenly with the likes of blue cheeses, dried fruits or creme brulee!
- Cellar until 2025 (if you can wait that long!)
- 95/100 & "Wine of the Week" (Bob Campbell, Feb 2017)
- "Pure, powerful and moderately sweet wine with peach, bush honey and ginger flavours"(Bob Campbell MW)
- Chill it down and pair with a cheese and dried fruit platter
- Sweet, rich Dessert wine by Coopers Creek - their first release of this label in 12 years!
- Made from Gisborne Chardonnay grapes
- Serve chilled with rich, luscious desserts like a Cr??me Brulee
- One of the top examples in NZ of this soft, rich and totally delicious white!
- 5 Stars (Michael Cooper MW) - "Fragrant and fleshy, it has deep, ripe stone fruit flavours, barrel-ferment complexity and a dry, lasting finish"
- Named after the little girl who used to run and play around the vines at Te Mata
- Trophy Champion White (Royal Easter Wine Show 2019), Gold medal (Royal Easter Wine Show 2019), 94/100 (Bob Campbell MW)
- "A suave and appealing wine" (Bob Campbell MW)
- Produced from their coastal Te Awanga vineyard
- A class act - lovely dry, medium bodied, rich white
- Pronounced vee-on-yay - a delicious full bodied, dry white!
- From northern California, USA
- "Once across the lips, the luscious liquid delivers loads of Peach and Apricot flavors"
- Listed in Michael Cooper's "NZ's less-familiar white wines well worth checking out" list (NZ Listener, 2019)
- "Ready to roll, this bright, light lemon/green wine offers easy drinking, with a touch of class" (Michael Cooper MW)
- Full bodied, rich style aromatic white - ideal with spicy Asian cuisine!
- Made by the crowd that used to own Morton Estate
- It's pronounced vee-on-yay and if you're new to this style it's time to get involved!
- Full bodied, rich white with plenty of weight and a dry finish - makes a great change from Pinot Gris or Sauvy!
- Great match to white meats, salads or even new season scallops!