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Obsidian Reserve Syrah 2012

$66.00 $59.40

Bright purple in the glass. Lifted aromas of blackberry along with hints of ripe plums and spice. This is a medium bodied wine showing an abundance of sweet fruit and ripe silky tannins. The oak is well judged and contributes to the persistent finish.


Obsidian Reserve Viognier 2016

$46.00 $41.40

Vibrant straw with green hues. The wine displays classic varietal characters of honey suckle, apricot and white peach. The palate is well structured and textural with generous sweet fruits and a complex lingering finish.


Obsidian Rose 2017

$28.50 $25.65

Bright vibrant pink with intense aromas of red berries with hints of spice, the palate is very lively and fresh with juicy acidity and well balanced sweetness. Drink now while young and fresh or cellaring for up to 2 years.


Obsidian Syrah 2017

$36.00 $32.40

A very dark purple with vibrant crimson hues with intense aromas of black fruits and spice with complex savoury undertones. Medium to full bodied with densely packed flavours of black fruits, plums and spice. Drink now or suitable for cellaring up to 7 years.


Obsidian Tempranillo 2016

$36.00 $32.40

Bright purple in the glass, this wine displays aromas of black cherry, cloves and hints of vanilla. This is a medium bodied wine showing soft ripe fruit on the entry, with warm broad tannins contributing to the mid palate and a lingering finish.



Obsidian The Mayor 2016

$51.00 $45.90

Bright vibrant purple with crimson hues. Lifted ripe aromas of black fruits and violets with complex savoury and cedar undertones. The palate is rich and well structured with beautiful texture and supple ripe tannins. This wine is elegant and refined with a restrained power that will benefit from careful cellaring for many years. Drink now or suitable for cellaring up to 10 years.

GOLD MEDAL – Spiegelau International Wine Competition

GOLD MEDAL – NZ International Wine Show

GOLD MEDAL – Bragato Wine Competition


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.


Pegasus Bay Gewurztraminer 2016

$31.00 $27.90

On release it is a bright lemon/lime colour. The abundant aromas and flavours suggest ripe quinces, pawpaw, rose petal, Turkish musk, oriental spice and sherbet, underpinned with hints of sandalwood and honeysuckle. In the mouth, the wine is rich, big boned, unctuous and complex with an impression of freshly crushed ginger that complements the off dry finish.

5 STARS – Michael Cooper, June 2017

5 STARS – Raymond Chan, December 2016

94 POINTS – Cameron Douglas MS, December 2016


Pegasus Bay Merlot Cabernet 2016

$31.00 $29.45

The wine is deep ruby in colour. Its abundant aromas suggest blackberries, dark plums, cassis and mocha, with underlying hints of vanilla, spice, cigar box and game. The palate is rich but muscular, with a backbone of ripe tannins that provide a savoury aftertaste of black olive tapenade. While the wine is full bodied, the Merlot component ensures it remains smooth and succulent, with generous fruit weight. Aging potential 10 years.

5 STARS – Raymond Chan, May 2018

5 STARS – Michael Cooper, June 2018

92 POINTS – Cameron Douglas MS, June 2018

4 STARS – Bob Campbell MW, June 2018


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


Quartz Reef Central Otago Pinot Gris 2016

$29.00 $27.55

Lemon-gold with an alluring bouquet of nutmeg, honey, ginger and white peach. Voluptuous texture with spice and richness finishing beautifully dry. The perfect food wine. Certified Demeter/Biodynamic.

94/100 – Bob Campbell, July 2016