Beautifully made and worth trying
What do a chardonnay from Hawkes Bay, a pinot noir from Marlborough and a Portuguese port have in common? Nothing really, except they are beautifully made and are worth trying…
2013 Black Barn Barrel Fermented Chardonnay
If you like a chardonnay with personality and punch, but still delivering an exotic, seamless finish, you've come to the right place. Multilayered with playful textures and seductive aromas of figs, citrus peel, butterscotch, white peach and lightly toasted walnut, this is a top wine at a reasonable price for such quality.
Grahams' 10-year-old Tawny Port
With a Portuguese/Scottish heritage, Grahams' is one of the world's finest port producers. Its bright, lean, clean finish makes it food-friendly. Port is often great with strong-flavoured desserts and, for a perfect match, try creme brulee. This is light, with aromas of raisin, nutmeg, caramel, fig, honey and creaming soda. Nice served slightly chilled.
2012 Giesen Waihopai Marlborough Pinot Noir
More proof that Marlborough is shaking off its well-deserved reputation for world-class sauvignon blanc and determined to do the same with pinot noir. From a single vineyard planted with 20-year-old vines, at the entrance to the Waihopai Valley. This is a wine of seamless perfection with bright aromatic fruit flavours with bramble and savoury characters and a wonderful tannin structure and kick.
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