The Crossings - Awatere Valley Pinot Gris 2013 - Marlborough 6x 75cl Bottles

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The Crossings - Awatere Valley Pinot Gris 2013
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75cl Bottles
£9.38
Available 16th May 2015
 

Description:
The Awatere Valley Pinot Gris has flavours of white peach and savoury yeastiness characters. Elegant and deftly balanced with a dry mouth-watering finish.

This wine is highly versatile and will match with most light to medium flavoured foods.



Category(s):     White Wine

Producer: Yealands Estate   -   www.cellardoor.yealandsestate.co.nz
ABV:   13%
Brand:   Yealands Estate
Country of Origin:   New Zealand
Food Match:   Mild Fish
Grape Type:   Pinot Grigio/Pinot Gris
Ph Level:   3.5
Region:   Marlborough
Residual Sugar g/l:   5.0
Vintage:   2013
Website:   www.thecrossings.co.nz
Winemaker:   Tamra Washington

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Producer Information

Based in the Awatere to the south east of Marlborough`s Wairau Plains, Yealands Estate encompasses 1,000 hectares of viticultural land (with 500 hectares currently under vine) in the rolling downs of the Awatere Valley, with smaller vineyard blocks near Blenheim. Yealands Estate is the largest vineyard in private ownership in New Zealand and founder Peter Yealands is renowned for his innovative vineyard management techniques and technologies. The winery is Carbon Neutral and the first to be built entirely under the New Zealand Green Building Council`s accreditation programme, while the vineyard is sustainably managed. This approach in both the winery and the vineyard is rare in such a large operation.

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