Pinoeers at Trinity Hill, recognised the Hawke’s Bay Gimblett Gravels wine growing district had exceptional potential for growing grapes, they capitalized on being one of the regions early wineries. The first vintage of Greywacke in 2009 wowed judges and customers and they have excelled in wine production since. This mixed 3 bottle case offers the best that New Zealand white has to offer, hand-picked by yours truly.
*Tasting notes included*
New Zealand is one of the most isolated wine-growing locations in the world. Completely surrounded by the South Pacific Ocean, New Zealand is considered to be mostly cool climate. Whilst soils are fertile and youthful, there’s a sense of character and personality when it comes to New Zealand wine. Wine production itself in New Zealand is relatively youthful, which offers an incredibly dynamic and diverse industry that spreads the breadth of the country, encapsulating all 10 major wine growing regions. We see exceptional examples of Bordeaux Blends from Hawke’s Bay, to Burgundian contenders produced in Central Otago. New Zealand is so much more than just Sauvignon Blanc, and we’re here to show you what…