New Zealand’s white wine selection now extends far beyond Sauvignon Blanc, and is producing great examples of Chardonnay, Riesling, Pinot Gris, Gewürztraminer as well as some classic European aromatics like Grüner Veltliner, Arneis and Viognier. New Zealand’s cool maritime climate allows these white wines to retain natural acidity whilst demonstrating the diversity of their individual terroir. This section is the perfect place to discover a new white wine allegiance.
TasteUnoaked Chardonnay! Bright & fresh with white peach, apricot & fresh cut flowersEatSushi - SashimiWhyFun alternative to Sauvignon Blanc
TasteDelicate floral & slate aromas, soft, pear & white pepper notes. Fine textured phenolics define the long palateEatWiener Schnitzel, obviouslyWhyFamous Austrian grape
TasteBeautifully scented characters of rose petal, toffee apple & candied ginger. Well proportioned with natural fruit sweetness, floral flavours & gentle spice. Generous finish on the palateEatLaska with shrimpsWhyWell-rounded Gewürztraminer
TasteRacey, pungent & alive. Nettle, passionfruit & mineral aromas define. Minerally slate acidity leaves a lingering impressionEatSushiWhyYoung & bright