Isabel Estate - Pinot Gris 2013 - New Zealand Pinot Gris 75cl Bottle


Isabel Estate - Pinot Gris 2013
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A bounty of rich aromas on the nose - everything is there: nectarine, white pear, clover honey and subtle hints of coconut all on display.

This wine has strong mineral definition, yet a supple mouth feeling and good length due to the gentle lees stirring.

The palate is subtle but complex with persimmon, red apple, a hint of white pepper and a faint suggestion of rose petal. Isabel has returned to the modern Alsatian style of Pinot Gris, hinting towards the drier and more mineral focused wine they are known for.

This wine is best served lightly chilled and with tuna sashimi or grilled seafood.

Category(s):     White Wine

Producer: Isabel Estate   -
Body:   Light Bodied
Brand:   Isabel Estate
Country of Origin:   New Zealand
Food Match:   Mild Fish
Grape Type:   Pinot Grigio/Pinot Gris
Region:   Marlborough
Style of White Wine:   Crisp & Dry
Type of closure:   Screw Cap
Vintage:   2013
Winemaker:   Mike & Robyn Tiller


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Producer Information

Isabel Vineyard was named after Michael's late mother, Isabel Jean Pearson who encouraged her son away from his 20-year career as a pilot and into the art of wine. Michael & Robyn and their four children currently work in the family owned vineyard. Premium quality grapes are derived from a unique soil profile from some of the oldest vines in Marlborough. This complexity and minerality from the soil is reflected in the distinct characteristics of all Isabel wines.

'What can we say, we love what we do, this is our land, we have been brought up on it and we will continue on making great wine and have a ball along the way. It's an exciting industry with a bright future.'
- Luke Tiller

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