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Felton Road

With 20 vintages now under its belt, ‘Felton Road’ has made a name for itself in Central Otago  as one of those cult wines everyone wants to get their hands on. A small, artisan producer that has been dazzling the wine world since 1991, ‘Felton Road’ has had everyone falling in love with it from day one.

The ‘Felton Road winery’ began in 1991 and established itself as something of an institution in recent years with their Pinot Noirs, Chardonnays and Rieslings – all biodynamic of course – and have been picking up steam in popularity, quickly gaining a reputation as one of New Zealand’s premium wineries.

The first vintage of ‘Felton Road’ was in 1997 and right away attracted international enthusiasm for their ability to show a real sense of place, with their emphasis on natural winemaking in a gravity flow winery being especially applauded. Blair Walter is the man behind the magic owning the title of winemaker and thinks the esteemed quality and character of the wines can be attributed to the distinct Central Otago soil and climate. The northerly facing exposure of their vineyards and their contrasting soil profiles give their wines a unique expression of terroir, or what the team at ‘Felton Road’ like to call (somewhat less pretentiously!) ‘somewhereness’.

The four ‘Felton Road’ estate vineyards are all located in Bannockburn, a subregion of Central Otago. There are five varieties of Pinot Noir, three Riesling and three Chardonnay, all from different blocks. At Specialist Cellars we are lucky to get an allocation of a section of these. Ones you can’t miss are the Bannockburn Pinot Noir,  the Calvert Pinot Noir, Block 3 Pinot Noir and Block 5 Pinot Noir.

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