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Cottier Estate Emily Chardonnay 2016

$22.50 $21.38

A classic wine of Gladstone terroir.  This year maintains the standard with the wine’s mouth filling richness and intensity.  The palate continues to be classic with traditional wine making techniques unchanged.  Regular lees stirring in best French barriques is enhanced by secondary fermentation in Springtime.  Toasty oak with beautiful peaches and cream.  A touch of minerality, but with a silky finish.  Excellent balance.


Cottier Estate Pinot Gris 2016

$21.00 $18.90

On the palate, medium bodied with light crisp flavours of pears and a touch of citrus.  This beautiful, pale gold coloured wine exudes a lovely aroma of fresh fruit with a garnish of spice.  Will naturally accompany dishes Vietnamese style, perhaps barbecued Blue Cod or even duck.  This wine is drinking well now and hold up well for another three to five years.


Domain Road Dry Riesling 2016

$26.00 $23.40

Pale straw with clear hues, our Water Race Riesling is a dry style with balanced crisp acidity. Aromas of lime and mandarin dominate on the nose with hints of floral and ginger. Lemon, lime and stonefruit flavours show on the palate leading to a long mineral finish. An excellent food wine, full of flavour, so it can hold its own against quite strong flavoured cuisine. Also excellent with fish and seafood.

5 STARS – Bob Campbell

95/100 – Wine Orbit


Escarpment Martinborough Pinot Blanc 2016

$29.00 $26.10

The Kaiserstuhl district of Germany prizes Pinot Blanc for its spicy subtle fruit flavours and its ability to truly reflect its terroir.

93/100 – James Suckling,, November 2017


Escarpment Martinborough Pinot Gris 2016

$30.00 $28.50

Flavours are reminiscent of ripe pears and white stone fruit with delightful soft texture ensuring a long commanding finish. A dry style has enhanced the fruit flavours Pinot Gris is renowned for. Partial malolactic fermentation and lees stirring has improved the texture and mouth feel allowing it to match most entrée dishes. A great alternative to Chardonnay it has been inspired by the classical French approach to the variety. It is an accurate reflection of Martinborough’s unique terroir. Cellar for up to five years or more, successfully.


Escarpment The Edge Pinot Noir 2016

$25.00 $23.75

A full bodied style with great backbone and a long lingering finish.  An immediately accessible wine, which will improve over the next 2 years.  Enjoy with full flavoured fish dishes, any red meats or vegetarian plates.


Framingham Chardonnay 2016

$26.00 $23.40

Gentle but concentrated palate with nicely integrated layers of fruit and winemaker influence.

Fruit flavours are quite typical of Marlborough; nectarine, peach and citrus, and these are supported by a touch of oak, some creamy malo derived notes, and some oatmeal-like, battonage derived characters.

SILVER MEDAL – New World Wine Awards 2017


Framingham Classic Riesling 2016

$26.00 $23.40

A classic New Zealand, off-dry style, with rich fruit and juicy acidity. Complex varietal characters of lemon citrus, mandarin and stone fruit with a long, mineral finish.  Harmless crystals may form in the bottle.  Made with certified organic grapes from the estate vineyard.


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 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.


Gibbston Valley China Terrace Single Vineyard Chardonnay 2016

$43.00 $38.70

Pale straw colour. The wine exhibits a fine balance between winemaking and viticultural influences. Golden peach, honeydew and barrel aromas come through on the nose. The palate unfulrls with beautiful delicacy, expanding generously yet with quiet grace. The impression is of finesse and elegance with layers of creamy fruit. A subtle minerality punctuates the finish. Best drinking in 2-5 years, but will cellar up to ten years.

SILVER MEDAL – New Zealand International Wine Show


Gibbston Valley China Terrace Single Vineyard Pinot Noir 2016

$66.00 $59.40

Deep red coloured. Serene and calm, the wine is enriched in a lovely earthiness. Garlanded with pretty red fruit aromatics, it opens into a sturdy wine, with typical China Terrace tannins punctuating the palate. Complex and brooding, with many years ahead of it. Best after some time in bottle. Great in four years, and able to be cellared over ten years.


Gibbston Valley School House Single Vineyard Pinot Noir 2016

$66.00 $59.40

Typically deeply coloured and alluring, the wine shows dark fruit, anise and mocha aromatics. The palate is sweetly layered with delicate generosity on the front giving way to an intensely structured mid. Firm, yet suavely sculpted back tannins lead the long, sustained finish. From a high quality vintage, School House Pinot Noir will be beautiful after five years and will comfortably last ten.

5 STARS – Raymond Chan, October 2017

5 STARS – Bob Campbell, February 2018

93 POINTS – Cameron Douglas, November 2017



Hawkshead First Vines Pinot Noir 2014

$66.00 $52.80

These older vines deliver a complex wine. It displays elegant aromatics of rich bramble, blueberry, wild herb and rosemary. This is followed by a mineral driven palate of crushed rock, with layers of fine sweet rich red fruit spice and density. Richly concentrated, it is a seamlessly divine premium wine with great tension, depth and persistence. It will cellar exceptionally well.