New Zealand represents only 1% of global vineyard but against all expectations it produces exceptional wines, recognized all around the world !
This country famous for its spectacular wild landscapes is also well-known for the qualitity of its wines.This is the proof that quality does not necessarily mean quantity . Besides that, all conoisseurs say that Sauvignon blanc from New Zealand is the best in the world.
Vineyards benefit from the moderating effect of the maritime climate and the diversity of the soils.It produces aromatic, spicy , intense and complex wines which reflects the exuberance of this land located of the far side of the world. Let's discover Malborough and Hawke"s Bay, the regions where our Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot noir come from.
Marlborough is New Zealand's biggest wine-producing region. Since the early 1970s its main claim to fame has been sauvignon blanc, the country's quintessential variety, which offers aromas unlike any others in the world.
Marlborough makes up 62% of New Zealand's vineyards. Its sharp climate contrast between hot, sunny days and chilly nights slows down the ripening of the grapes, which enables wine-makers to draw out unmatched aromas and flavours.
Hawke's Bay is the second wine-producing region. Its benign climate and high sunshine have long-established the region as ideal for fruit-growing.
Our brand 3 WOOLY SHEEP is a wink, a humoristic reference to this country which is home to 4 million people and 40 million sheep !
The pale yellow wine is bursting with passion fruit and litchi aromas, giving it an unmistakable character.
It is an ideal companion for seafood, grilled fish, barbecues or even salads. Can't wait for summer!
Pinot noir Hawke's Bay New !
Our Pinot noir is sourced from vineyards accross Hawke's Bay, including coastal and higher altitude inland sites each with their own specific characteristics.This quality wine has a typical black cherry nose with lively yet supple fruit on the palate supported by soft tannins. To match with red meats and cheese.