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Millton Riverpoint Viognier 2016

$27.00 $24.30

A haunting wine with bristling delicacy, buoyed by a noted mineral edge. Poached pear and warm croissant give a spiced and sappy appeal. The salinity sings the proximity of the vineyard to its maritime environment.

4 STARS – Michael Cooper’s Buyer’ Guide to New Zealand Wines, 2017

92/100 – James Suckling,, 2017


Millton Te Arai Chenin Blanc 2016

$30.00 $28.50

With aromas of fresh lime zest and fragrant gardenias, this wine is taut and vibrant in a way that will show its’ maturity over a very long period of time. Flavours of fine wool and bush honey are enhanced by quince and ripe bouche pear aromas with a tingling aftertaste.

93/100 – James Suckling,, 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.


Mt Hector Chardonnay 2017

$18.00 $16.20

This is a well-balanced wine showing ripe nectarine and summer fruit flavours, with a creamy palate accented by elements of toasty oak on the finish. Whilst this wine can be enjoyed now, it will continue to develop over the next 2 – 3 years. Try it with your favourite poultry dish.


Mt Hector Pinot Gris 2017

$18.00 $16.20

This is a wonderfully luscious wine with aromas of pear and spice on the nose and a tropical richness on the palate which is well balanced and off-dry. Enjoy in its youth or cellar for 2-3 years.


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


Mt Hector Sauvignon Blanc 2017

$18.00 $16.20

This crisply styled, refreshing wine has a wonderful combination of lime, passionfruit and gooseberry aromas with a hint of minerality – typical stylish Sauvignon Blanc! We love to drink it with seafood and pasta dishes and delicious summer salads. While this wine is ready to drink now, it can also be cellared for up to two years.

DOUBLE GOLD – CWSA Best Value awards

88 POINTS – Wine Spectator

4 STARS – Wine Orbit


Neudorf Moutere Pinot Gris 2017

$30.00 $28.50

Overall the wine demonstrates how Pinot Gris achieves elegance when it is correctly cropped and well handled in the winery.  It is carefully sculptured to ensure the natural richness of the grape retains elegance.

94 POINTS – Cameron Douglas MS, July 2018

5 STARS – Raymond Chan, June 2018



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 Pinot Rose 2018

$28.00 $26.60

It is joyful, carefree but still elegant.  A wine you will want to share in the sunshine with crab, aioli, and a platter of pink proscutto. A wine to celebrate life, summer and friends.



Neudorf Sauvignon Blanc 2017

$26.00 $23.40

While the ‘cool tropical’ signature of Neudorf Sauvignon Blanc is unmistakable, our descriptors (stately, generous, hints of fresh brioche) are not your classic New Zealand Sauvignon indicators.  It’s a clue to the surprising vintage of early ripeness but lower potential alcohols.


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