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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!
- Barossa Shiraz aged in American oak before being finished in Scottish whiskey barrels!
- 91/100 (James Halliday) - "Plenty of bluster. Plenty of flavour"
- Medium bodied, smooth, dry red
- 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
- Piper's "Chef de Cave" (head honcho) is eight time "Sparkling Winemaker of the Year!"
- 4 1/2 Stars (Cuisine magazine 2018)
- Available in a Piper Heidsieck branded gift box, delivered anywhere in NZ
- The coolest Champagne brand in the world in a way cool 1.5 Litre Magnum sized bottle!
- This is how you kick off a party in style!
- 4 Stars (Cuisine magazine 2018)
- Delivered anywhere in New Zealand
- HOT PRICE! Limited stocks
- Classic Gisborne Chardonnay - rich & creamy style that'll melt hearts!
- This is the Chardonnay that shot to international stardom in the mid-90s
- Pair this with pork, chicken or other white meat dishes in rich, creamy sauces
- 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
- Smooth, cream style Chardonnay from Gizzy - the style that the region's best known for!
- "Have a swirl and a sniff to get the punch of flavours!" (Steve Voysey) - we'll give you a clue, it's like peaches 'n' cream!
- Ideal with roast chicken or pork in rich, creamy sauces
- RESERVE label by Yealands (yes, RESERVE, the slightly flasher stuff!)
- 5 Stars (Sam Kim, Wine Orbit), Silver medal (Int'l Wine Challenge, London)
- Using select premium parcels of fruit from their Awatere Valley vineyards
- 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?