In the province of Marlborough, high sunshine hours are moderated by a mild sea while steep mountains keep moist and chilly winds at bay. A long cool growing season leads to gorgeous flavours.
My goal is to make the Province wines in a classic Marlborough vein, emphasising the varietal intensity created by leafy vineyards, ripe fruit and cool-climate growing. – Simon Waghorn, Winemaker
- NZ - Marlborough
- New Zealand
Winery Tasting Notes
Pale straw with green highlights
Lemon grass, lime peel and elderflower, with background notes of white currant and red pepper
Medium-bodied with currant, gooseberry and citrus flavours, and a dry mineral finish.
Best enjoyed when young and fresh, but has the potential to age gracefully until early 2014
Summer salads, poultry and all seafood, especially green-lipped mussels/ Serve Chilled