Drinking well now, but also worth cellaring, the 2019 vintage (4.5*) is a single-vineyard wine. Bright, light lemon/green, it is mouthfilling and lively, with fresh, vibrant pear and spice flavours, showing good intensity, and a finely balanced, dryish (5 grams/litre of residual sugar), lingering finish.
Type: White Wines
Variety: Pinot Gris
Overall Rating for All Vintages Tasted: ★★★★✰ – 4.5 Stars
Price: $24 NZD
Value for Money: V+
Buyer’s Guide Edition: 2021
The overall rating for quality is Tentative, as Michael has only reviewed a small number of vintages of this particular wine.