Stoneleigh Pinot Gris 2010 (6 x 750mL), Marlborough, NZ.

Liquor Act 2007: It is against the law to sell or supply alcohol to, or to obtain alcohol on behalf of, a person under the age of 18 years. Liquor licence LIQP770010049
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The Stoneleigh Pinot Gris has a complex, warm richness with subtle fruit aromas of rich pear and topical fruits. The palate is full bodied and rich, with long lingering flavours, layering the palate with a lasting, complex oiliness. Best enjoyed with friends.

NZ - Marlborough
New Zealand

Winery Tasting Notes


The wine has rich, straw colours with some yellow highlights.


The nose is complex, warm and rich with pear and topical fruit aromas and an underlying nectarine highlight.


The full-bodied and rich palate has lingering tropical/stone fruit flavours, finishing with a lasting complex oiliness that coats the mouth.

Food Matching

Serve slightly chilled on its own or with delicate white meat, pasta or seafood dishes.

Cellaring Potential

This wine is best enjoyed young or could be cellared over the next two years if bottle development characters are desired.

Winemaking Notes

The grapes were harvested in late March and Early April 2009, once a desired concentration was reached and berry shrivel had begun. All the grapes harvested were crushed to a bag press. The juice was drained and pressed from the skins to minimise excessive phenolic extraction and then settled to remove solids. The juice was then fermented slowly using selected aromatic yeast at cool temperatures to retain the very distinctive regional and varietal characters.

NZ - Marlborough
Grape Style
Pinot Grigio / Gris
Closure Type
Screwcap closure

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The unique terroir, where the Stoneleigh vineyards lie, defines the wine's independent qualities.

Located on the northern side of the Wairau valley, in close proximity to Marlborough's main river, the Wairau, the vignerons have located the vineyards on deep, infertile gravel beds covered in smooth ‘sunstones'. These sunstones reflect the sun's heat during the day, assisting ripening, whilst cool nights maintain intense fruit flavours. These factors combine to produce a wine with its own unique ‘place'.

The winemaker has harvested the fruit at peak intensity looking for both fresh and ripe fruit properties. By minimising winemaking intervention, the wine is able to express perfectly its unique origin.

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