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- Trophy for Champion Champagne (Spiegelau Int'l Wine Comp 2015) - that's THREE years in a row!
- 5 Stars & Top 10 Champagnes (Cuisine magazine 2014)
- Piper's "Chef de Cave" (head honcho) is eight time "Sparkling Winemaker of the Year!"
- 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
- The No.1 selling Champagne in the world!
- It's also one of the most mis-pronounced wines in the world! For the record it's "Mo-ette" (with the 'T' prounounced)
- For every second you're reading this someone will have blown the top off a bottle of Moet, how crazy is that?
- FYI - it's pronounced "Mo-ette" (with the T pronounced!)
- Recommended in Cuisine magazine's annual Champagne tasting five years running!
- Gold medal (NZ Int'l Wine Show 2017), 4 Stars & Best Buy (Cuisine magazine 2016)
- One of the best value for money French Champagnes money can buy
- The quintessential premium Kiwi bubbles (with a slight French accent)
- 4 Stars (Cuisine magazine 2016)
- The only NZ Methode Traditionelle producer that lends its name from a French Champagne house
- "This beauty is one of the country's greatest Gewürztraminers" (Michael Cooper MW)
- Rated as a "Super Classic" by Michael Cooper
- The perfect match with spicy Asian food
- Named after a Spy Base in Marlborough
- Dry style Riesling with plenty of mouth puckering citrus flavours!
- Gold medal (Sydney Int'l Wine Comp 2017), Silver medal (Decanter World Wine Awards 2017), 4 Stars (Winestate magazine)
- Rich, medium to full bodied Tempranillo - lovers of Aussie Shiraz will totally dig this!
- 5 Stars (Sam Kim, Wine Orbit) - "This is sumptuous and delicious"
- Produced from 25-35 year old vines in Manchuela in the heart of Spain
- 4 Stars & Best Buy (Cuisine magazine 2018) - "perennially overachieves in the value-for-money stakes"
- "We use lots of whizz-bang technology to make sure our Sauvignon Blanc is treated carefully to extract all those pure, punchy flavours its famous for" (Simon, the winemaker)
- A blend of Marlborough & Awatere Valley fruit