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Appealing at once, the nose of our Pinot Noir is ripe with plum, aromatic spice and red florals. The palate is focussed with a savoury architecture; bittersweet chocolate, dark fruit and spice play with ...
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A naturally low crop, coupled with a lengthy ripening season has resulted in this richly-textured wine, brimming with a complex array of berry fruit, spice and mocha characters with soft, savoury tannins.
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The aromas are bursting with exuberant ripe plum and black cherry backed up with wafts of fine chocolates and a whole cupboard of complex spices. The mouthfeel is velvety soft and voluptuous, with fleshy ...
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Displaying lifted aromas of mature red cherries and berry fruits - hallmarks of Marlborough Pinot Noir, whilst on the palate the wine displays succulent fruit with complex spice, wild herb and savory elements.
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Toasty oak on the nose of this terrific New Zealand red wine wraps around fleshy ripe black cherries. Full-bodied, mouth-watering juicy and smooth with a great finish. Smoky oak and black cherry notes with ...
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Anyway you look at it, our Pinot Noir is the pinnacle of what we at Mt. Beautiful are all about. Subtlety is the secret inside this wine. It begins with sophisticated fragrances of black cherries and violets ...
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Chocolate and spice notes with ripe cherry, blackberry and violet aromas. Richly layered, concentrated berry flavors with elegance and purity. A great match for duck, salmon, venison and beef fillet.
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Wine Enthusiast 91 Points - his wine boasts subtle black cherries and plums, framed in a bed of toasty, mocha-tinged oak. It’s rich and silky, with a discreet dusting of cocoa on the long finish.
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Neudorf Pinot Noir is often seen to be on the European edge of the New Zealand spectrum. With its silken texture and pure minerality it reflects the ancient clay gravels of the Moutere Hills, with complex, ...
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This wine was grown on the Barton Vineyard, Huangarua Road, Martinborough from vines 23 years old. A combination of deep alluvial gravels which the Martinborough Terraces are renowned for and a blend of ...
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Felton Road really is a fine winemaker. This is its regular bottling and what a wine, with lush, dark cherry and mysterious foresty aromas. It’s very ripe and rich and the palate has intensity and drive, ...
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The wine leads with intriguing aromas of spice, leather and dried herb supported by dark fruits and delicate florals. The palate is stained dark with layer upon layer of beguiling fruit, and again the expensive ...
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Ponga Marlborough Pinot Noir is a light and earthy representation of New World Pinot. Showing off mostly red fruit that focuses around cherry and rasperry notes, the Ponga isn’t overly tropical as some ...
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Bright ruby red in color with aromas of red cherry with a hint of savory spice. On the palate this wine is juicy, with fresh red fruit flavors and supple, soft tannins and a lingering finish
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Deep brick red color. Vibrant aromatics of red and black cherries, rose petal, sandalwood and wet earth. On the palate, fresh red fruits and fi ne dry tannins provide a soft yet complex finish. Wine Spectator ...
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The popularity of New Zealand wine has grown exponentially in the past decade as drinkers continue to realize its value and increase their demand. The country is the southern-most wine growing country. It has several major growing regions scattered from north to south and close to the coast with the largest contributor being Marlborough. New Zealand is home to mostly artisanal wineries that put a great emphasis on sustainability.

The grapes experience consistently cool nights in the maritime climate, producing highly acidic wines. White wine lovers will especially favor New Zealand wines. The selection coming from this region is mostly made up of Sauvignon Blanc followed by Pinot Noir and a small variety of others. Get away from the usual choices with a bottle or case of wine from New Zealand. Browse our selection at Wine Chateau to find your favorite.

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