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Vibrant deep colour with purple hues. Fresh aromatics of dark cherry, plum and dried herbs. The palate is lithe with balanced acidity and rich tannin providng a youthful backbone to the lovely sweet fruited ...
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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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Shows lemon zest, almond, and mineral aromas and flavors, with a coastal acidity and freshness. This medium-weight, textured wine has a remarkable length of flavor.
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This fine wine is a New Zealand Still Wine 2013 vintage from Hawkes Bay Gimblett Gravels produced by Craggy Range that is 750ml.
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Blackberry, cinnamon, and minerals mesh for an intense and complex aroma and flavor profile. Layers of fine tannin lend tension to the opulent fruit flavors and provide the framework for the long and intense ...
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Craggy Range’s Gimblett Gravels vineyard supports 200 acres of vines, the majority of which are Bordeaux varieties. Thirty-six varietal plots are matched to the variations in depth and texture of the gravel ...
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Shows richly expressive aromas and flavors of fresh lime, lemongrass, ripe nectarine, and citrus. Overall, the wine is powerful, crisp, clean and dry. Craggy Range’s Te Muna Road vineyard, in the Martinborough ...
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This dense yet elegant wine offers black fruit, floral and spice aromas and flavors. The palate is silkily structured with layered fine tannins, culminating in a finish that gradually unwinds, revealing ...
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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.