The New Zealand Storm Petrel pirouettes across the waves of sparkling Doubtless Bay. Coming back from the brink of extinction, this small bird personifies the wines made from the grapes grown on the north facing slopes of Paewhenua Island.
Dancing Petrel in Motion
Overlooking the picturesque Mangonui township
Located on Paewhenua Island
Bounded by the Oruaiti River
Michael Cooper - Winestate magazine gives - 4 stars
From a coastal vineyard in the Far North, this freshly scented, light lemon/green wine is full-bodied and vibrantly fruity, with generous, ripe, peach, slightly spicy flavours and a dry finish. Still youthful, it should be at its best 2020.
A short note to thank you for the delicious and high quality Viognier. A rather stunning wine, perfect for summer.
Sam Kim - Wine Orbit
Attractively fruited and elegantly expressed, the bouquet shows apricot, Gala apple, lemon peel, floral and subtle spicy notes, leading to a juicy palate that is beautifully rounded and smooth. The wine offers youthful fruit intensity and fine texture, finishing succulent and lingering. At its best: now to 2021.
My sister from the Far North was bought a bottle of your lovely wine and said it is the nicest she has tasted for a long time.
A fine wine that went incredibly well with our spicy food.
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