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New Zealand

Wine making and vine growing go back to colonial times in New Zealand. The oldest vineyard dates to 1851, established by the Roman Catholic Church on land in Hawke's Bay. Dalmatian immigrants arriving in New Zealand at the end of the 19th century brought with them viticultural knowledge and planted vineyards in West and North Auckland. Typically, their vineyards produced sherry and port for the palates of New Zealanders of the time, and table wine for their own community. Wine has steadily grown in popularity in New Zealand.

 

We Recommend

Two Tracks 2010, Sauvignon Blanc

Classic Marlborough sauvignon blanc showing gooseberry and grapefruit aromas with underlying melon characters.  Great flavor balance and bright acid structure.

Villa Maria, Chardonnay

A well rounded Chardonnay with citrus blossom and stone fruit aromas.  It's smooth finish suits seafood, white meats and vegetarian dishes

Region:East coast
Style: dry with fruit aromas
Vintage: 2009
Grape Variety: Chardonnay
Food Match: seafood, white meats and vegetarian dishes

Villa Maria, Riesling

Aromas of fresh lime and floral notes followed by a zesty citrus freshness and a clean finish.  Enjoy this dry style wine with seafood or salads.

Region: Marlborough
Style: Fruity
Vintage: 2010
Grape Variety: Riesling
Food Match: seafood or salads.

Riverstone Falls 2010

This wine is an elegant, fresh and lively wine.  citrus and passion fruit aromas form an exceptional bouquet which compliments the long, lingering finish of this modern - made sauvignon blanc.  An ideal wine and companion for the light cuisine, salads, starters based on fish, fruit de mer but also a great match with turkey, poultry and lamb.

Region: Marlborough
Style: fruity, fresh, easy drinking
Vintage: 2010
Grape Variety: Sauvignon blanc
Food Match: turkey, poultry and lamb

Morton Estate 2005, The Mercure

Big rich and powerful to the taste - spicy, full-bodied, floral and slightly muskywith sweet cherry and red currant fruit, vanilla oak, hints of tabacco and an earthy note while moderate chunky tannins add just enough grip to the overall smooth delivery,

Region: Hawkes bay
Style: Full bodied
Vintage: 2005
Grape Variety: Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Malbec
Food Match: red meat dishes

Villa Maria, Pinot Noir

This pinot noir has a dark cherry and spice aromas, and a long savoury finish.  Enjoy with rack of lamb, Italian dishes and variious soft dishes.

Region: Marlborough
Style:Medium Bodied
Vintage: 2010 Pinot Noir
Grape Variety: Merlot cabernet sauvignon
Food Match: rack of lamb, Italian dishes and variious soft dishes.

Villa Maria, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon

This wine features red cherry, raspberry and cassis fruits with cedar spice and faint tobacco leaf undertones.  An approachable palate follows, enhanced by fine grained tannins and good length.

Region: Hawkes Bay
Style: Full bodied
Vintage: 2009
Grape Variety: Merlot, Cabernet sauvignon
Food Match: red meat dishes

 

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