Key Variety: Chardonnay
In the heady days of the Chardonnay boom, Gisborne was one of New Zealand’s most important wine regions. Though its commercial importance has diminished, this warm coastal region still produces some of New Zealand’s best Chardonnay. The regional signature is rich and complex, yet restrained.
‘A testament to Gisborne as a go-to region for utterly drinkable, value for money Chardonnay. Vibrantly fruity, buttery, creamy and smooth. Crisp and fresh.’
90/100 Dan Murphy’s Wine Panel
‘A seriously good glass of Chardonnay; unctuous grilled cashew, fig and peach, yet manages to keep itself directed and controlled. World-class Chardonnay.’
94/100 Dan Murphy’s Wine Panel
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