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Georges Road Pinot Gris 2016

$27.00 $24.30

Highly aromatic European inspired gris, with layers of apricot, pear and spice, generous palate weight and texture.  A dry wine with suburb balance between the hint of fruit sweetness and fresh acidity.


Georges Road Pinot Noir 2014

$37.00 $33.30

A mouth-filling, fruit packed wine.  Deeply coloured it has concentrated, ripe, plummy, spicy flavours and a hint of dried herbs.

4.5 Stars – Michael Cooper


Georges Road Syrah 2016

$34.00 $30.60


Classic cool climate Syrah. Wonderfuly weighted elegant wine with sweet fresh cherry and licorice notes combined with subtle oak, hints of spicy fine grained tannin, a velver mouthfeel and lengthy finish.


Georges Road Syrah Rose 2016

$23.00 $21.85

Fruity aromas of strawberries and watermelon, vibrant acidity, sweat fruit flavours of berries and cream are lifted by strawberry and red red floral note.  A crisp, dry and vibrant rose.


Main Divide Gewurztraminer 2016

$23.00 $20.70

On release it is a lemon-straw colour. It has intense varietal characters, with the aromas and flavours suggestive of quince, lychee, rose petal, Turkish musk and oriental spices. It is rich and unctuous on the palate yet retains a lively freshness. Lingering impressions of ginger draw out its length and complement its off dry finish.

SILVER MEDAL – New World Wine Awards, October 2017

93 POINTS – Nick Stock, November 2017

93 POINTS – Cameron Douglas MS, June 2017

VERY GOOD – Otago Daily Times, Mark Henderson, August 2017

4 STARS – Raymond Chan, May 2017


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


Main Divide Riesling 2014

$23.00 $20.70

The generous fruity aromas and flavours suggest citrus fruits, especially lemons, limes and orange zest, mixed with peaches and nectarines. These are intertwined with floral elements reminiscent of honeysuckle and frangipani. It is generous and mouth filling with spicy after-flavours of freshly crushed root ginger that help balance and draw out its lingering of dry/medium finish.

93 POINTS – Cameron Douglas MS, June 2017
5 STARS – Sam Kim, April 2016
4 STARS – Bob Campbell MW, June 2017
4 STARS – Michael Cooper, November 2016
4 STARS – Raymond Chan, May 2017


Main Divide Sauvignon Blanc 2016

$23.00 $20.70

The wine exudes intertwining impressions of citrus blossom, elderflower, passion fruit, white peaches, nectarines and mango. It has a rich mid-palate but it finishes crisp, dry and zingy. The flavours linger in the mouth well after swallowing.

90 POINTS – Cameron Douglas MS, February 2017

4 STARS – Winestate Magazine, May / June 2017

4 STARS – Raymond Chan, May 2017


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.


Pegasus Bay Aria Late Picked Riesling 2014

$41.00 $36.90

On release the wine is a bright lemon-gold. The abundant aromas and flavours suggest ripe citrus fruits, especially limes and mandarins, yellow fleshed peaches, apricots, guavas and lychees. There is an overlay of comb honey, honeysuckle and jasmine. While rich, luscious and sweet there is a seam of minerality and tangy acidity that provided perfect balance and draw out the lingering aftertaste. With careful cellaring the wine should develop a range of other fascinating nuances.

5 STARS – Raymond Chan, December 2015

5 STARS – Bob Campbell MW, February 2016

94 POINTS – Cameron Douglas MS, November 2015

5 STARS – Yvonne Lorkin, April 2016



Pegasus Bay Chardonnay 2016

$46.50 $41.85

The colour is deep lemon/straw. On the nose there are aromas of citrus, as well as honeydew melon and some stone fruit (peach/nectarine). In addition there is a hint of struck match which adds refreshing flinty minerality. There are also some underlying savoury notes (toast and brioche) as a result of the secondary fermentation and lees contact in the barrel. The palate reveals some intense fruit concentration, however there is a nice spine of acidity to ensure the wine remains tight and focussed, with a lingering finish.