BANROCK STATION PINOT GRIS 750ML$11.99 – $130.00Select options
The Banrock Station Pinot Gris exhibits poached pear, with white floral, and exotic clove and cinnamon spices on the nose. The palate displays mouth-filling pear and apple fruit flavours, nougat, with a crunchy acid finish.
CIRRO PINOT GRIS 750ML$14.99 – $85.00Select options
Optimum ripeness was achieved in the vineyard and cool climate winemaking techniques were used to give the 2018 Cirro Pinot gris concentrated pear and stone fruit aromas, whilst extended lees contact gives texture to the palate. The crisp acidity and freshness create a dry finish leaving one always asking for more!
LAKE CHALICE PINOT GRIS 750ML$14.99 – $168.00Select options
Proudly represented on every bottle of Lake Chalice wine, the symbol of the Karearea or endemic New Zealand Falcon. Every bottle of Lake Chalice The nest wine contributes to the protection and rehabilitation of our indigenous birds of prey.
Palate & Aroma: Freshly cut pear aromas balanced with a palate of honeycomb, poached orchard fruits, shortcrust pastry and a lingering acidity.
SHINGLE PEAK PINOT GRIS 750ML$9.99 – $115.00Select options
Pale green straw colour, the nose is filled with typical confectionary and tropical fruit, complexed with a nutty breadiness. The palate is full and generous, sweet tropical fruits combine with characteristic Pinot Gris texture creating mouth filling length. FOOD MATCH Scallops & cherry tomatoes pan roasted with olive oil, lemon juice, basil, coriander & black olives.
MONTANA PINOT GRIS 750ML$11.99 – $130.00Select options
Montana first appeared on shelves in new zealand in the 1940’s. We’ve come a long way since then but one thing that hasn’t changed is our commitment to deliver delicious wines that are made for sharing – whatever the occasion.
This enticing sauvignon blanc pinot gris blend delivers the signature intensity of sauvignon blanc with the wonderful mid-palate mouth feel that is typical of pinot gris. It has intense lime and cut grass aromas, supported by hints of tropical fruit on the palate. Best served lightly chilled.
MATUA PINOT GRIS 750ML$13.99 – $160.00Select options
We reckon there is something quite exceptional about Marlborough Pinot Gris. Yes, Marlborough got its name from Sauvignon Blanc, but long summers with massive temperature fluctuations make for vibrant, aromatic Pinot Gris. Our Marlborough Pinot Gris is fresh with stone fruit and a lush creamy texture. Yum!
TWO RIVERS PINOT GRIS 750ML$19.99 – $115.00Select options
Lovely fine aromatics, revealing fresh pear, Jasmine and orange blossom notes. Textured and dry in style, this wine has white peach and mandarin peel flavours, mingled with an elegant salinity and chalkiness. This Pinot Gris is well balanced, softly textured, and has great mouthfeel and persistence of flavour.
BENCHMARK PINOT GRIGIO 750ML$11.99 – $130.00Select options
Lemon, green in colour with soft, aromas and flavours of ripe pears, apples, hints of white peach and sweet spice. The extended time spent on lees adds a subtle creaminess on the palate balanced by a crisp finish thanks to excellent natural acidity.
INVIVO PINOT GRIS 750ML$16.99 – $95.00Select options
Invivo is one of New Zealand’s most innovative wine companies, founded by two schoolmates Tim and Rob. The Invivo Pinot Gris is beautifully fruited and lifted on the nose displaying nectarine, poached pear and mandarin characters. The palate is succulent and rounded with a hint of sweetness, perfectly balanced by juicy acidity, finishing long and tasty. Wonderfully expressive and highly enjoyable!
THE NED PINOT GRIS 750ML$16.99 – $195.00Select optionsInstantly recognisable as The Ned with its skin-contact derived, delicate salmon pink colour, it has a gentle aromatic of baked yellow apple, persimmon and powdered ginger embedded in a warm, spicy palate with a deliciously slippery feel.
MT DIFFICULTY ROARING/MEG PINOT GRIS 750ML$19.99 – $115.00Select options
Mt Difficulty is a boutique winery in Bannockburn, Central Otago, named after the mountain overlooking Felton Road and the Southern Cromwell Basin. The colourful story of Roaring Meg comes from Central Otago’s pioneering past. Discovery of gold in the 1860’s attracted many young men to Central Otago in search of their fortune. Following them came a number of enterprising young women equally keen to share in the spoils. Legend has it that Meg was one such lady; a high spirited, fun loving young thing with an eye for opportunity.