Neudorf `Maggie's Block` Pinot Gris 2012 (12 x 750mL), Nelson, 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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$359.88 per case
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Quite the wine !

2012 was a small berried year and this has resulted in an intense, delicious wine with surprising length and a peacock’s tail of fruit and floral flavours.

NZ - Other New Zealand
New Zealand

Expert Reviews

“A lively but weighty wine with hints of citrus, pears and nuts, and a textural, dry finish. Beautifully balanced with an attractive aftertaste. Drinking well. 4.5 stars ”

Charmian Smith, Otago Daily Times March 2013

Winery Tasting Notes

Think about some oriental spice, perhaps a hint of citrus zest and the smell of warm pie crust, wrapped about the rose scented, white stone fruits. The overall impression is that of a fulsome, viscose wine with satisfying weight on the palate and admirable length.

We would suggest this as an aperitif but offers easily enough mouthfeel to handle lightly spiced Asian dishes and gentle curries. This is a dry Pinot Gris which makes for a refreshing style with the “second glass appeal” which we adore.

NZ - Other New Zealand
Grape Style
Pinot Grigio / Gris
Closure Type
Screwcap closure

Winery Profile

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Neudorf Vineyards is regarded as one of New Zealand's finest boutique wineries. Exporting to 16 countries, their wine is listed at some the world's greatest restaurants.

Neudorf's home plantings spill down a gentle north-facing slope overlooking a side branch of the Moutere Valley at the top of New Zealand's South Island. They also grow grapes on the stony alluvial area between the Waimea and Wai-iti rivers at Brightwater, on the Waimea plains south of Nelson.

Vineyard management is driven by the winemaker's desire for ripe flavours and concentrated fruit. A combination of high plant density (up to 5000 vines/hectare) and low production (down to one kilo per vine for Pinot Noir) helps achieve the quality of fruit to create long-lived, intense but elegant wines. New clonal material is consistently being evaluated.

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