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Esk Valley Wines

Crafted New Zealand Wine

Crafted New Zealand Wine
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    Hawkes Bay is fast gaining a reputation for its full bodied, yet elegant Chardonnays and this is a textbook example.

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    Pinot Gris

    This richly aromatic style, with its exotic fruit aromas and flavours has so much going on in the glass.

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    This much-underrated varietal positively shines in Marlborough with its clean, crisp, lime-citrus characters it's a real crowd-pleaser.

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    Sauvignon Blanc

    Powerfully intense and pungently aromatic, this is Marlborough in a glass.

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    A rarity for New Zealand with a nectarine-like fleshy mouth-feel balanced by fresher notes of citrus and passion fruit.

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    Created in the vineyard where the Merlot vines are carefully managed to give full flavoured grapes with lower sugars.

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    Merlot/Cabernet Sauvignon/Malbec

    The quintessential Gimblett Gravels blend and Gordon Russell’s speciality.

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    Pinot Noir 2018

    Grown Marlborough which, with its high sunshine hours and cool nights, is ideally suited to producing perfect Pinot.

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    A Syrah lover’s Syrah featuring the black pepper, spice, violet and red fruits that are the hallmarks of this variety.

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    The Terraces

    Widely renowned as one of New Zealand’s greatest reds, this is produced only in great vintages from a small terraced vineyard.

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    Winemakers Reserve Merlot/Malbec/Cabernet Franc

    With 18 months barrel ageing, this voluptuous blend delivers a rich, ripe supple wine, which will only improve with cellaring.