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Te Awa

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Te Awa

  • About

    A sense of exploration runs deep in the Te Awa Collection, just like the ancient Ngaruroro River winds its way through the Gimblett Gravels, always seeking a different path. A life source to the vineyards, the natural elements combine with winemaking, stories and history to weave together Left Field, Te Awa Single Estate and Kidnapper Cliffs wines. The river of God — a reference to the mysterious subterranean streams over which the vineyards are situated and from which the wines draw their exquisite, yet subtle characteristics. The quality comes from the free draining soil which consistently produces high quality fruit. Walking the vineyard at Te Awa Winery you will see the vines planted in alluvial soils, typical of the area. The single estate is made up of 151 hectares, 100 of which are planted in vines. Te Awa vineyard soils are the trails of the old Ngaruroro River which meandered through the region until a huge flood changed its course in 1867. Visit Te Awa Website.

  • Region

    Hawkes Bay

Wines from this producer

  • Taste
    Ripe apple & pear compliment soft spice & vanilla. Underlying citrus flows through the palate
    Eat
    Grilled prawns & lemon
    Why
    Aromatic texture
    New Zealand Wine Te Awa Leftfield Pinot Gris

    2014 Te Awa Left Field Pinot Gris Hawke's Bay

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  • Taste
    Delicate raspberry & blackcurrant playfully mingle with liquorice & cardamom. Soft pepper spice supports plum & cocoa characters
    Eat
    Grilled lamb racks
    Why
    Fine & fresh
    New Zealand Wine Te Awa Syrah

    2011 Te Awa Syrah Hawke's Bay

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  • Taste
    Dry, rich & smothered in black fruits. Wonderful liquorice spice & chocolate undertones
    Eat
    Spiced red meat curry
    Why
    Unusually not a grape commonly associated with NZ
    Te Awa Leftfield Malbec New Zealand Wine

    2014 Te Awa Left Field Malbec Hawke's Bay

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