Tagged with 'Pinot Noir'

2016 Akitu

Akitu vineyard and mountains

We have another cracking offer from Lake Wanaka this week with the exceptional Pinots of Akitu. As opposed to the deep and extracted Rippon wines we offered late March, Akitu is lighter and extremely pure, with dizzying perfume and gorgeous texture. The Estate only produces two Pinot Noirs, planted over a minuscule 12 hectares, and to say that they do it well would be an understatement - raking in awards both nationally and internationally, and with PJ Charteris at the helm of winemaking, it's no surprise Akitu won the People's Choice Award for Best Producer at Pinot Palooza 2018.

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2015 Rippon Vineyard


Lake Wanaka has one of the most stunning landscape of New Zealand's South Island and is home to what is arguably the best Pinot Noir Central Otago has to offer - Rippon. For more than a century now, Nick Mills' family has been farming this beautiful site near the Lake's shore, consistently producing exceptional wines with a true sense of place. This week we have two brilliant Pinot Noirs from the low yielding, clean and expressive 2015 vintage on offer, including the 99 Points Tinkers Field.

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2016 Domaine Dujac

Dujac People

Although a relative baby on the Burgundian wine scene, Domaine Dujac has been producing exceptional wines since its inception in 1967. From their four hectares in Morey-Saint-Denis, they bought premier cru holdings in famed vineyards such as Vosne-Romanée, Puligny-Montrachet and Gevrey-Chambertin, to now own about fifteen hectares of vine, farmed organically since 2001. Still family-owned, their rigorous viticultural practices and the stellar cellar work ensure the quality of both the harvest and the resulting wines.

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