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Johanneshof Cellars Maybern Pinot Noir 2014

$32.00 $28.80

From our steep home vineyard “Maybern” above the underground cellar this single vineyard wine is a labour of love. With a bouquet of plums, cinnamon and wild cherry this Pinot is round and ripe for its age. The flavours of cherries linger with a warm, chocolate finish. The soft grape tannins fill out the palate and give this wine a nice ageing potential.


Johner Estate Pinot Noir Gladstone 2015

$40.00 $36.00

A beautifully styled Pinot Noir. Bright garnet colour with aromas of violets, nougat, herbs & spice, sweet cherry & plum follow with savoury textures, fine tannins a touch of vanillin oak and a long balanced finish.

5 STARS –  Raymond Chan


Johner Estate Pinot Noir Reserve Gladstone 2014

$61.00 $54.90

The wine is multi-layered and silky, and offers waves of attractive flavours, backed by plenty of polished tannins.  This is totally seductive on the nose displaying dark cherry, game, clove, truffle and cedar characters, which lead to a concentrated and powerfully expressed palate that is both intense and elegant at the same time.

HIGHLY RECOMMENDED – Decanter Magazine
95 POINTS – Bob Campbell (MW)
95 POINTS – Cameron Douglas (Master Sommelier)
5 STARS – Michael Cooper


Johner Estate Pinot Noir Wairarapa 2016

$27.00 $24.30

This is an up-front, sweet cherry fruited Pinot Noir, dark red berry and cherry fruit aromas. Medium-full bodied, with a soft juicy palate unfolding layers of violet and dark red floral. Fresh acidity with a lively mouth fell.  Fine, grainy tannins support the fruit and lead to a satisfying finish.


Julicher Estate Pinot Noir 2013

$46.00 $43.70

Spicy and perfumed, cherries and black Doris plums, dried herbs and toasty notes. Elegant fruit flavours, ripe tannins and rich on the palate, ne oak, structure, depth and length. Drink from now up to 10 years.



Locharburn Pinot Noir 2015

$39.00 $35.10

This is a stylish, ruby hued red with a scented bouquet of cherries and dark fruits, laced with a thread of herbs. A rich liquorice and spice undertone comes through on the palate. Textural, silky tannins add finesse and structure, with fruit persistence providing an attractive elegance to the wine. Match with New Zealand lamb or duck for a truly memorable experience.

5 Stars – Raymond Chan


Main Divide Pinot Noir 2014

$26.00 $24.70

It is a bright ruby colour with a complex array aromas and flavours suggesting red and dark fruits. Impressions of raspberries intertwine with blackberries, black cherries and purple plums. These are supported with hints of vanilla pod, chocolate, sandalwood and spice. While rich and powerful, its mouth filling tannins are fine grained and velvety. After swallowing, the lingering flavours are accentuated by a hint of freshly crushed root ginger.

92 POINTS – Nick Stock, November 2017

4 STARS – Michael Cooper, August 2017


Matahiwi Estate Pinot Noir 2016

$31.00 $27.90

This attractive, soft Pinot Noir shows red berry, dark plum and cherry flavours with fragrant fresh hay and savoury oak characters. On the palate, it is soft and round, with a hint of spicy smoky oak and a long finish.

Awarded Gold by New York International Wine Competition
Awarded Gold by China Wine and Spirits Awards
Awarded Silver by Decanter Asia Wine Awards
Awarded Silver by the New World Wine Awards


Matahiwi Holly Pinot Noir 2017

$44.00 $39.60

This attractive, soft Pinot Noir shows dark plum and cherry flavours with fragrant fresh hay and cedary oak characters. On the palate, the vibrant cherry flavours come through with a hint of spicy toasty oak and velvety tannins.


Mountford Liaison Pinot Noir 2012

$36.00 $32.40

Deep ruby red with reflective brightness. A rich savouriness and red fruits, but also quite aromatic. This Pinot Noir is warm and rich with a luscious medium-to-full body and vibrant acidity. A wine with texture and interest, the Liaison Pinot Noir can benefit from time in the cellar or can be enjoyed now.


Mountford The Gradient Pinot Noir 2009

$121.00 $118.00

Rich, decadent red fruits dance with tea, sous de bois, savory minerals, spice and flowers. Deeply characterful, this wine sweeps across the palate, finishing with a trail of tannins and nuanced flavors that linger for minutes.


Mt Hector Pinot Noir 2016

$23.00 $20.70

Ripe cherry and plum fruit characters are complemented on the nose by spicy, toasty oak. The flavour is all about fruit freshness, with a mouth-filling, supple finish. Enjoy with your favourite lamb dish or a full-flavoured Beef Bourguignon.

Awarded 5 stars by Wine Orbit


Neudorf Moutere Pinot Noir 2015

$61.00 $54.90

Persuasive, seductive classically structured wine with a fine vein of minerality running through it. The nose has an alluring melange of bramble, succulent damson plums, a hint of liquorice with some gamey notes. Fine grained tannins combined with balanced acidity create a wine of vibrancy and richness.

5 STARS – Bob Campbell MW, August 2017

95 POINTS – Decanter Magazine, July 2018

95 POINTS – Cameron Douglas MS, August 2017

93 POINTS – Jamie Goode, October 2017

5 STARS – Geoff Kelly, March 201


Neudorf Tom’s Block Pinot Noir 2015

$34.00 $32.30

Fragrant with hints of violets and chocolate supported by elegant restrained tannins.

95 POINTS – Cameron Douglas MS, June 2017

5 STARS – Raymond Chan, June 2017

4 STARS – Bob Campbell MW, June 2017


Pegasus Bay Pinot Noir 2015

$51.00 $45.90

The wine has a vibrant ruby appearance. On the nose there is a selection of red fruit aromas (raspberry, pomegranate and cherry), as well as pepper and clove. Underpinning this are savoury notes reminiscent of grilled game and black olive tapenade. The palate is satisfyingly concentrated with fine grained tannins, however there is a refreshing minerality which ensures the wine remains tight and focused, with a lasting finish.

96 POINTS – Nick Stock, November 2017

5 STARS – Bob Campbell MW, May 2018

5 STARS – Raymond Chan, May 2018

5 STARS – WineState Magazine, July/August 2018

94 POINTS – Cameron Douglas MS, March 2018