New Zealand

It was the high sugar, high acid style of Sauvignons from the northern tip of the South Island in Marlborough that really accelerated interest in New Zealand and first tickled the world's wine drinkers' attention with its zingy, intense and aromatic wines.

But as New Zealand continues to explore its geological patchwork of jagged mountain ranges, open plains, volcanic plateau and endless stretches of coastline for other perfect combinations of terroir and grape, it is discovering more and more exciting styles.  Not just of Sauvignon but of other grapes too, such as Riesling, Chardonnay, Pinot Gris and Pinot Noir, which thrive in this unique microclimate.

Our own New Zealand selection provides a wonderful cross-section of styles which illustrates this perfectly, with wines from Waimauku, Wairarapa, Marlborough and Central Otago.

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  1. Man O' War Valhalla Chardonnay

    Nice toasty complexity with ripe stone fruit characters. The palate is very focussed with fresh acidity and nice fruit tannin - as fresh as biting into a ripe nectarine; crunchy, fresh and vibrant.

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    £26.00
  2. Man O' War Ironclad

    Huge complexity of blue and black fruits, crushed stone, chalk and wild thyme. Very concentrated with a supple texture.

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    £29.50
  3. Peregrine Wines, Pinot Noir

    Dark cherry, redcurrant and blackberry flavours finely layered with savoury and spice notes. A supple and silken textured, elegant Pinot Noir.

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    £24.00
  4. Cloudy Bay Sauvignon Blanc

    Widely regarded as the benchmark for the Marlborough wine region, Cloudy Bay is the wine that made the world take New Zealand's Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc seriously. Learn More

    £25.00
  5. Carrick, Estate Pinot Noir, Central Otago

    We don't think we would be making an overstatement if we said this was the best New Zealand Pinot Noir we have ever tasted. Learn More

    £27.50