New Zealand

This island at the end of the world has made a spectacular breakthrough for 20 years in all markets of the world. You only have to taste a good sauvignon blanc or a pinot noir to realize the unique intensity of New Zealand wines that are resolutely apart in the New World. Nearly 1600 km long from north to south, divided into two islands, the country enjoys a temperate climate, cool and sunny in the South Island, warmer in the North Island. After much trial and error, the country found its way thanks to the perfect adaptation of the sauvignon blanc grape variety to the climate of Marlborough, the main production region of the country. Its wines are distinguished by their aromatic exuberance and great freshness. Behind, the pinot noir is on the rise and has found terroirs to measure in Wairarapa, Canterbury, Marlborough and especially in Otago, a mountainous region in the south that offers very pure and fruity versions. Chardonnay is able to excel north (Hawke's Bay, Gisborne) as well as south (Marlborough, Otago), as is Riesling.

  • Clos Henri, Pinot Noir 2015

    Clos Henri, Pinot Noir 2015

    91 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate "This project, from the Loire Valley's Bourgeois family, has turned out a dark, concentrated 2015 Pinot Noir. It's oaky, with plenty of cedar and vanilla on the nose, but it backs that up with pretty cherry...

    $33.99
  • DOG POINT, SAUVIGNON BLANC MARLBOROUGH 2017

    DOG POINT, SAUVIGNON BLANC MARLBOROUGH 2017

    93 points James Suckling   "Pungent passion fruit and fragrant melon, Tahitian lime citrus, this really takes sauvignon to another place for Marlborough, exposing the edgy, exciting and minerally possibilities whilst embracing the rampant...

    $19.99
  • Frenzy, Sauvignon Blanc 2017

    Frenzy, Sauvignon Blanc 2017

    91 points Wine & Spirits   "Lemony fresh, this brisk white carries notes of tarragon and a hint of crunchy green pepper. Citrusy acidity keeps it bright and cleansing, as if the flavors were lifted by a sea breeze. A perfect pairing for...

    $13.99
  • Greywacke, Marlborough Pinot Gris 2015

    Greywacke, Marlborough Pinot Gris 2015

    90 points Wine Spectator "Succulent melon, pear and peach flavors are juicy and fleshy, accented with details of honeysuckle, green tea and toast, lingering effortlessly. Drink now."   Wine Enthusiast   "Pale gold in color, the nose...

    $28.99
  • Kumeu River, Chardonnay Estate 2015

    Kumeu River, Chardonnay Estate 2015

    92 points Wine Enthusiast "The estate blend is a terrific value in this vintage, coming close to equaling the quality of the single-vineyard wines. Grilled pineapple and melon notes feature a strong acid line that drives through into a long finish."...

    $31.99
  • Lawsons Dry Hills Riesling 2015

    Lawsons Dry Hills Riesling 2015

    Winemaker Notes Enticing lemon and lime aromas are complimented by delicate floral notes. The palate is elegant, bright and fresh yet has lovely concentration and rapier like acidity that is balanced by a touch of residual sugar. Try pairing with...

    $15.99
  • Seresin Estate, Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2015

    Seresin Estate, Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2015

    90+ points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate "The 2015 Sauvignon Blanc shows a little struck match (sulfide) character, which gives way to a core of lemon juice, gooseberry and passion fruit notes with hints of cedar and pea pods. It fills the palate...

    $19.99
  • Vavasour Sauvignon Blanc 2016

    Vavasour Sauvignon Blanc 2016

    90 points Wine Enthusiast "Bold and pungent, defined by passion fruit and green onion, this is a medium-bodied Sauvignon Blanc that packs a fruit-driven punch. White grapefruit fills in the gaps, finishing long and intense."

    $13.99