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- The Devil lives in the cellar, or so the story goes...
- Rated No.4 Most Admired Wine Brand in the World 2019 (Drinks International)
- Light, soft, easy drinking Pinot - South American style!
- Pinot Noir from Felton Road, Bannockburn in Central Otago
- Home to the first vines planted in Bannockburn
- "The texture is velvet, the finish complex...this is a gorgeous Pinot Noir."
- Seriously good! Drink now or cellar to 2030
- Gold used to be the main treasure in these neck of the woods, now it's the grapes worth their weight in gold!
- Made with Pinot Noir grapes from Terra Sancta's high altitude Bannockburn vineyards
- The guys at Terra Sancta describe this one as a "delicious, vibrant Pinot Noir” - good to go up to 5 years from vintage
- Gold medal (NZ Organic Wine Awards 2021), 93/100 (Bob Campbell MW), 5 Stars (Michael Cooper)
- Wai (water) Para (sediment) - aka Muddy Water!
- "Savoury pinot noir that's more vinous than fruity, with a mix of dried herb, red and black fruits, baked-earth and subtle spicy flavours" (Bob Campbell MW)
- "Our Pinot Noir is more grace than power...a nod towards Old Europe"
- 95/100 & Top Rank (Bob Campbell MW, The Real Review) - 7 of the last 9 vintages have scored 95/100 from Bob!
- " Rich, ripe wine with plum, dark cherry, thyme, anise, dark chocolate and spicy oak flavours. An elegant, intense and quite complex pinot noir" (Bob Campbell MW)
- Every vintage since 2001 has won Gold or 5 Star, impressive huh?
- Classy Central Pinot - silky, supple with a touch of spice
- Tohu (pronounced tor-who) - the world's first Maori owned wine company
- From a vineyard sites in the Awatere Valley, Marlborough
- If it's kai time this is the red to enjoy with a cut of good old New Zealand lamb!
- One of the big names of Central Otago Pinot!
- Match with good old Otago fare like Canterbury lamb, duck or other game dishes!
- Drink now or chuck it in the cellar for the next 7-10 years
- Made by a kingpin Central Otago producer (Mt Difficulty)
- Named after a local stream. But the story of how the stream got its name is far more interesting!
- Soft and savoury, packed with juicy berry goodness - bust it out with duck, lamb or pork
- What started off as a scenic walk up a hill turned into a cross country adventure, or so the story goes...
- Soft, supple Central Pinot - savoury red fruits and a silky finish
- Nanny Goat goes great with...goat! Pair with braised goat shoulder, creamy polenta and saut??ed wild mushrooms