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Babich Black Label Sauvignon Blanc 2023-White Wine-World Wine
Babich Black Label Sauvignon Blanc 2023
Craggy Range Sophia 2013-Red Wine-World Wine
Craggy Range Sophia 2013

World Wine – "This 'Sophia' has remarkable vitality and life, with vibrant primary fruit, great richness and structure. It will age 15+ years." 20/20 - Raymond Chan


Huon Hooke – "Lifted aroma with pronounced plum and floral characters. A complex array of flavours on the palate including plum, dark berry, chocolate, spice and a hint of violet. Gorgeous wine with plenty of weight, a silken texture and real energy. Will be very long-lived." 98/100 - Bob Campbell MW

Catalina Sounds 'Sound of White' Chardonnay 2020-White Wine-World Wine
Catalina Sounds 'Sound of White' Chardonnay 2020

World Wine – Youthful and vibrant with layered aromatics of stone fruit, baking spices, and a chalky nuance. Palate is poised with great length, vanilla, hazelnut and cream, very fine texture and minerality. Seamless, elegant and mouth-watering. - 98 points + Double Gold medal at the 2021 New Zealand International Wine Show.

Man O War Exiled Pinot Gris 2021-White Wine-World Wine
Man O War Exiled Pinot Gris 2021
Rippon Mature Vine Pinot Noir 2019-Red Wine-World Wine
Rippon Mature Vine Pinot Noir 2019

James Suckling – Firm and tight licorice, graphite, slate and light dried strawberry. Goes to iron. Flowers. Medium body. Creamy and fine tannins with a rather dusty finish. Fresh acidity and long and linear finish. Structured. From biodynamically grown grapes. Better after 2024, but already beautiful. - 98 Points, James Suckling

Man O War 'Dreadnought' Syrah 2019-Red Wine-World Wine
Man O War 'Dreadnought' Syrah 2019
Te Mata Coleraine 2022-Red Wine-World Wine
Te Mata Coleraine 2022

Wine Enthusiast – “Exceptional concentration…Majestic.” - Sam Kim (Wine Orbit)


Huon Hooke – "Tremendous persistence and wonderful structure. A great wine, that will richly reward long-term cellaring." - Huon Hooke (The Real Review)

Craggy Range Te Muna Road Pinot Noir 2022-Red Wine-World Wine
Craggy Range Te Muna Road Pinot Noir 2022

James Suckling – Aromas of racy red fruits of cranberries and strawberries with rose petals, red licorice and tangerines. Medium-bodied with crisp acidity and fine-grained juicy tannins. Tangy and appetizing wine with good drinkability. Slightly sweet and sour fruit at the end.

Dog Point Chardonnay 2020-White Wine-World Wine
Dog Point Chardonnay 2020
twf 94

The Wine Front – Struck match, preserved lemon, pine-lime, aniseed, cashew and spice. It’s glossy, with a bit of parmesan rind savouriness, bright grapefruity acidiy, creamy cashew, excellent intensity, and a flinty yet rich finish of excellent length.


World Wine – "Intense, mouthwatering chardonnay with lime, pineapple, oyster shell/mineral, hazelnut and subtle spicy oak flavours. Delicious high-energy wine in a rather Chablis-esque style with purity and power." - 96pts, Bob Campbell MW


James Suckling – Inviting aromas of flint, matchstick, grated nutmeg, dried lemon rind and sliced grapefruit. Medium-bodied with silky texture. Fresh and bright fruit turns more savory with herbs and spice coming to the forefront. Layered. Tannic, tight finish. From organically grown grapes. Drink now. Screw cap.

Ata Rangi Pinot Noir 2020-Red Wine-World Wine
Ata Rangi Pinot Noir 2020

James Suckling – "A beautiful nose of sliced strawberries, crushed cherries, violets, grated nutmeg and a hint of white pepper. Some hibiscus, too. Supremely vibrant and perfumed with fine tannins that run the length of the medium-bodied palate. Textural. Ground spice and fresh fruit are intertwined, providing wonderful depth and complexity. So long as well. Seamless balance. Superb. Sustainable. Drink or hold." - 98 Points James Suckling - Wine of the Year, Top 100 NZ Wines for 2022


Huon Hooke – "Concentrated, complex pinot noir with cassis, blackberry, dark cherry, violet, wood smoke and savoury/dried herb flavours. Accessible now but with a proven history of ageing gracefully. Elegant wine with impressive power." 98 Points - (Bob Campbell MW, The Real Review)

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Te Mata Coleraine 2021-Red Wine-World Wine
Te Mata Coleraine 2021

James Suckling – "Redcurrant and creme de cassis aromas. Roses. So aromatic. Stones. Oyster and mussel shell. Ink pot. Lead pencil shavings. Full-bodied but very tight and focused. Linear and long with fine, powdery and chewy tannins. Crushed velvet texture. 56% cabernet sauvignon, 32% merlot, and 12% cabernet franc. More franc than normal in the blend. Terrific length. Try after 2028." - James Suckling


Huon Hooke – "A smashing cabernet blend, and a top vintage for this wine." 97 Points (Huon Hooke, The Real Review)

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Skipjack Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2023-White Wine-World Wine
Skipjack Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2023
Little Goat Creek Sauvignon Blanc 2023 (12 Bottle Case)-Current Promotions-World Wine
Little Goat Creek Sauvignon Blanc 2023 (12 Bottle Case)
Dog Point Sauvignon Blanc 2023-White Wine-World Wine
Dog Point Sauvignon Blanc 2023

Wine Enthusiast – 96 Points - "Many Marlborough sauvignon blancs are made to a familiar formula; lean and green and refreshing with bright acid. This new release from Dog Point offers something just a little bit different. Certified organic, it has a little more mouthfeel, a tad more palate interest, than many of its contemporaries, while retaining its aromatic appeal. This has vibrancy, allied to some interesting palate complexity thanks to wild yeast fermentation and some whole bunch elements; a wine that demands to matched with seafood, perhaps some mussels or cockles. It is bright and lively with fresh citrus and nectarine notes. Punchy, taut and intense with well-judged acid, faint smoky hints and immediate appeal. Well worth seeking out. 96 points from me." (Winsor Dobbin, Wine of the Week)

Totara Sauvignon Blanc 2023-White Wine-World Wine
Totara Sauvignon Blanc 2023
Craggy Range Te Muna Road Sauvignon Blanc 2023-White Wine-World Wine
Craggy Range Te Muna Road Sauvignon Blanc 2023

James Suckling – This has such attractive, pungent and intense passion-fruit, lime and gooseberry aromas. Very pure on the palate with fresh, zesty lime and passion-fruit flavors. On good form here.

Man O' War Sauvignon Blanc 2022-White Wine-World Wine
Man O' War Sauvignon Blanc 2022
Te Mata Bullnose Syrah 2019-Red Wine-World Wine
Te Mata Bullnose Syrah 2019
twf 95

The Wine Front – Pretty, floral, red and black fruit, a sneaky grid of pepper, dried roses and violet. Medium-bodied, concentrated, a little liquorice and spice, nutty, dense and clenched, very graphite and ‘mineral’ character, beef stock and meaty flavours too, and a long finish packed with silty tannin, coffee bean and violet. Beautiful Syrah here. All just so.


Wine Enthusiast – Simply put, this is a beauty of a Bullnose bottling. The ancient red-iron soils of this long-standing Hawkes Bay estate have turned out an evocative nose of plum and blueberry amid a sappy, early spring forest of fresh flowers, herbs and spice (think sage, bay, peppercorn, anise). There's brightness and freshness to the silky palate despite the chiseled tannins. Captures not only a sense of place but also Syrah's often elusive tightrope walk of power and elegance. Drink now–2030.


Huon Hooke – Deep, bright purple/red colour and a very aromatic pepper and mixed spice bouquet that shouts 'cool-climate shiraz'. The wine is medium to full-bodied and elegantly shaped, soft fine tannins doing a great job to restrain the exuberant fruit. Refreshing acidity is perfectly harmonised. A gem of a shiraz, very much a northern Rhône style, appropriately labelled syrah.

Dog Point Pinot Noir 2021-Red Wine-World Wine
Dog Point Pinot Noir 2021
twf 92

The Wine Front – There’s a curious smell of neoprene here, or bicycle inner-tube, aside that there’s cherry and raspberry, charcoal briquettes, cassia bark, and some dried rose and mint perfume. It’s medium-bodied, dried cherry and pomegranate, a smoky and smudgy feel to tannin, quite savoury and autumnal, with a spiced tobacco finish of good length. Nice wine. Fleshy and flavoursome, with a little tamarillo/sweet tomato tang to close.

Charteris Central Otago Pinot Noir 2022 (6 Bottle Case)-Red Wine-World Wine
Charteris Central Otago Pinot Noir 2022 (6 Bottle Case)
Opawa Pinot Gris 2022-White Wine-World Wine
Opawa Pinot Gris 2022
Catalina Sounds Sauvignon Blanc 375ml 2023-White Wine-World Wine
Catalina Sounds Sauvignon Blanc 375ml 2023
Mahi 'Marlborough' Sauvignon Blanc 2022-White Wine-World Wine
Mahi 'Marlborough' Sauvignon Blanc 2022
Two Paddocks Picnic by Two Paddocks Riesling 2022-White Wine-World Wine
Two Paddocks Picnic by Two Paddocks Riesling 2022
Millton Chenin Blanc 'Te Arai Vineyard' 2021-White Wine-World Wine
Millton Chenin Blanc 'Te Arai Vineyard' 2021
Ata Rangi Crimson Pinot Noir 2022-Red Wine-World Wine
Ata Rangi Crimson Pinot Noir 2022
Hãhã Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2023-White Wine-World Wine
Hãhã Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2023
Saint Clair Family Estate Sauvignon Blanc 375ml 2022 (12 Bottle Case)-White Wine-World Wine
Saint Clair Family Estate Sauvignon Blanc 375ml 2022 (12 Bottle Case)
Man o' War ‘Pinque’ Rosé 2022-Rose Wine-World Wine
Man o' War ‘Pinque’ Rosé 2022
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Craggy Range Sophia 'Bordeaux Blend' 2021-Red Wine-World Wine
Craggy Range Sophia 'Bordeaux Blend' 2021

Jancis Robinson – "Purplish crimson. Very aromatic in a floral way. Gentle and sweet but not sickly. Much gentler texture than the average St-Émilion. Dry finish but powdery tannins on the end." - 17.5 Points | Jancis Robinson

Mahi ‘Twin Valleys Vineyard’ Chardonnay 2021-White Wine-World Wine
Mahi ‘Twin Valleys Vineyard’ Chardonnay 2021
Te Mata Awatea Cabernets/Merlot 2021-Red Wine-World Wine
Te Mata Awatea Cabernets/Merlot 2021

World Wine – The wine offers splendid juicy fruit attack on the nose, showing dark plum and raspberry coulis characters with nuances of toasted almond, thyme and mixed spice. The palate is succulent and beautifully rounded, offering lovely flow and supple texture.Wonderfully composed and elegantly expressed with loads of delectable flavours, superbly structured by polished tannins. Delicious already with a potential to evolve gracefully. 56% cabernet sauvignon, 39% merlot and 5% cabernet franc. Sam Kim, Wine Orbit

Dog Point Section 94 Sauvignon Blanc 2011-White Wine-World Wine
Dog Point Section 94 Sauvignon Blanc 2011

James Suckling – "The most complex of Marlborough sauvignons is looking the goods in this warmer vintage. There's a heady reductive layer that delivers flinty grapefruit notes and lemon pith. The palate texture is superb; starts on point and builds weight and layers of texture through the mid-palate with abundant gooseberry and lime flavor, then finishes pure, focused and true."

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Quartz Reef Methode Traditionnelle NV-Champagne & Sparkling-World Wine
Quartz Reef Methode Traditionnelle NV
twf 95

The Wine Front – Biodynamic farming, lees maturation, attention to detail, great vineyard sites. Rudi Bauer of Quartz Reef has many positives in the manifestation of his life work. Beyond that, and so often it’s hard to separate the person who makes the wine from the wine itself, he’s an outstanding human. And hilarious. That being said, it means little when wines are in brown paper bags being tasted. This wine leapt from the pack. Incredible intensity, inward concentration, a knife edge of acidity in finely wrapped layers of toastiness, marzipan, brioche with a sleek, lean profile of green apple and citrus. Fine, fine bubbles add dimension and freshness. Aside its precision, it’s gorgeous to drink, refreshing the palate with each sip, leaving lingering detail of the presence of the wine. Insanely good drinking. It’s fine wine personified. Kudos here.


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Burn Cottage Vineyard Pinot Noir 2021-Red Wine-World Wine
Burn Cottage Vineyard Pinot Noir 2021
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Oyster Bay Sparkling Cuvée Brut-Champagne & Sparkling-World Wine
Oyster Bay Sparkling Cuvée Brut
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New Zealand's wine regions stretch from the subtropical North Island to the southernmost parts of the South Island, offering a diverse range of climates and soils ideal for viticulture. The maritime climate, long hours of sunshine, and cool nights contribute to wines with vibrant acidity and concentrated flavors. The nation's isolation has led to a thriving ecosystem, resulting in wines that are both pure and expressive of their origin. One can't speak of New Zealand without acknowledging its most celebrated wine, Sauvignon Blanc from Marlborough, with its unmistakable notes of gooseberry and passion fruit. Yet, beyond this iconic variety, regions like Central Otago, Hawke's Bay, and Wairarapa produce exceptional Pinot Noir, Syrah, and Chardonnay. The commitment to sustainable and organic farming practices further accentuates the country's dedication to quality, making New Zealand a treasure trove for wine enthusiasts seeking authenticity and character in every bottle.
Wines from New Zealand have garnered international acclaim for their vibrant characteristics and the distinct terroir in which they are produced. New Zealand's wine regions span a variety of climates, from maritime to alpine, leading to a broad spectrum of wine profiles. The country's relative isolation has led to a pristine environment, allowing for organic and biodynamic farming practices to flourish. The unique combination of soil, climate, and innovative viticulture produces wines that are pure, vibrant, and intensely aromatic. The diurnal temperature variation, particularly in regions like Central Otago, aids in producing wines with intense fruitiness while maintaining refreshing acidity. Moreover, the Maori concept of "kaitiakitanga" or guardianship and care for the land reflects in their sustainable winemaking practices, making New Zealand wines not just flavorful, but also conscientiously produced.
When one thinks of New Zealand wines, the first that often comes to mind is Sauvignon Blanc from Marlborough. Its explosive flavors of passionfruit, gooseberry, and fresh herbs have set a global standard. Pinot Noir, primarily from Central Otago and Martinborough, is also gaining traction for its elegance and depth. New Zealand also produces stellar Chardonnay, Riesling, and Syrah, but it's the country's sparkling wines, made in the traditional method, that are quietly rising stars in the wine world.
For newcomers to New Zealand wines, a Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc is an absolute must, offering a quintessential taste of the country's vinous output. Following closely, a Pinot Noir from Central Otago provides a taste of the country's red wine potential, marked by its deep fruit flavors and subtle earthy undertones. A Hawke's Bay Syrah will introduce you to the spicy and velvety side of New Zealand's wine palette. Lastly, round off your initial tasting journey with a Methode Traditionelle sparkling wine, which beautifully captures the crispness and purity of New Zealand's terroir.
Selecting the best New Zealand wines can be subjective, but certain names consistently shine. Cloudy Bay Sauvignon Blanc has been an iconic representation of Marlborough's prowess. For Pinot Noir, labels such as Felton Road from Central Otago and Ata Rangi from Martinborough frequently receive accolades. In the realm of Chardonnay, Kumeu River is a benchmark producer, crafting Burgundian-style wines that age gracefully. Lastly, for those seeking bubbles, No.1 Family Estate and Quartz Reef produce sparkling wines that can rival many traditional Champagnes in quality and finesse.