Fickle Mistress Pinot Noir 2015 (6 x 750mL), Central Otago, NZ.

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$113.94 per pack
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If you're a Pinot Noir lover, Fickle Mistress is a deliciously perfumed style of Pinot that you'll definitely want to try. Why the name Fickle Mistress you ask? Pinot Noir is a notoriously difficult grape variety to grow and to nurture to optimal ripeness - quite simply, she's a fickle mistress.

NZ - Central Otago
New Zealand

Winery Tasting Notes


Deep, dark cherry in colour with a tempting ruby red hue.


The palate is rich and voluptuous, layered with dark berry fruits and plum. Sweet, spicy oak adds an elegant femininity to this wine, with smooth, mouth-filling tannins leading to a luxurious, lengthy finish. As a seamless blend of the most renowned Central Otago sub-regions, this Pinot Noir is truly captivating.

NZ - Central Otago
Grape Style
Pinot Noir
Closure Type
Screwcap closure

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The Founders

As a small, family-run winery in West Auckland, Matua Vally quickly gained a reputation for innovation, award-winning New Zealand wines.

In 1974, two brothers, Bill and Ross Spence, began their dream of making wine finer than any of their contemporaries could imagine. While they were the sons of a winemaking father, theirs was a winemaking tradition in the old style, one that neither was inclined to follow. They wanted to make wine in New Zealand that was as good as any in the world.

The Name

The name Matua (mah-too-ah) in Maori means "main stem", "foremost" or "head of the family". A very appropriate title, as this is the winery credited with producing New Zealand's first Sauvignon Blanc. 

A less publicised triumph was the impression the Sauvignon Blanc had made amongst the other winemakers, leading to the decision to include large quantities of this variety in the first vineyards to be planted in the now famous Marlborough region.

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