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Sileni Pinot Gris

Tasting Notes:  The Cellar Selection Pinot Gris from Hawke’s bay has classic aromatic peach flavours along with a beautifully balanced acidity and long finish.

Serving: Delicious with grilled scallops drizzled with lemon and a light sprinkle of cracked pepper and sea salt.

Region: Hawkes Bay, New Zealand

Grape: Pinot Gris 100%

ABV: 12%

Order Code: 280

Aotearoa Sauvignon Blanc

Tasting Notes:  This award winning New Zealand white is dry with classic mown grass, green-capsicum and tropical fruit characteristics. Aotearoa the Maroi name for New Zealand.


Region: Marlborough, New Zealand

Grape: Sauvignon Blanc

ABV: 12.5%

Order Code: 800



Makutu Sauvignon Blanc

Tasting Notes:  Flavours and aromas of tropical lychee and passionfruit, elderflower and sweet greengagers. The citric finish is fresh and zippy to the end, youthful fresh and fruity. Makutu means Magic.


Region: Marlborough, New Zealand

Grape: Sauvignon Blanc

ABV: 13%

Order Code: 705


In 1851 New Zealand's oldest existing vineyard was established by French missionaries at Mission Estate in Hawke's Bay. Britain entered the European Economic Community ending trade terms so New Zealand moved to products with potentially higher economic returns and so wine production increased. In the 1970s, Montana in Marlborough started producing wines, the first production of a Sauvignon blanc of great note appears to have occurred in 1977. Also produced in that year were superior quality wines of Muller Thurgau, Riesling and Pinotage. These successes and from the early results of Cabernet Sauvignon from Auckland and Hawkes Bay launched the industry with ever increasing investment, leading to more hectares planted, rising land prices and greater local interest and pride.New Zealand is home to what many wine critics consider the world’s best Sauvignon blanc, One critic said that drinking one's first New Zealand Sauvignon blanc was like having sex for the first time.