Made from a blend of Nero D'Avola and Frappato grape varieties from old vines that at between 300 and 600m above sea level. The frappato is picked at optimum maturity with the Nero d'Avola grapes left on the vine to lightly with and natura
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Te Wahi 2015 is a blend of two remarkable Central Otago vineyard sites. The Calvert vineyard, on Felton Road in Bannockburn, sits at an altitude of 230m above sea-level and has uniform silty loam soils, formed as part of an ancient lake bed. It produces elegant, sweetly-scented and silky wines. The Northburn vineyard, a sloping site on the East bank of Lake Dunstan that rises from 220m to 275m, has a mixture of three soil types, all of glacial origin. The site is warm and dry during the grape-growing season, with cool nights, creating large diurnal temperature shifts. Northburn yields architectural and generous wines.
On the nose it is fragrant bramble and wild strawberry notes with a hint of violet. On the palate it delivered an elegant core of concentrated damson and hedgerow fruit with fine tannins and vibrant freshness.
Enjoy with braised venison or similar dishes!
|wine style||Light and Fruity Red|
|wine grape||Pinot Noir|
|wine country||New Zealand|
|wine region||Central Otago|
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