Intense gooseberry, tomato leaf, fresh cut fennel and red capsicum characters underpinned by the classically pungent melon, guava and passion fruit aromatics, immediately fill the senses. The palate is extraordinarily balanced with bright seamless acidity, concentration of brambly grapefruit, minerial lemongrass flavors and a long supple lingering finish.
Pale, bright yellow. Musky note dominated by ginger. Suave and juicy on the palate, with ripe citrus fruit and spice flavors complemented by a touch of sweetmess. Builds nicley on the back half, finishing with subtle length. Combines very good depth with an attractive light touch. Nothing extreme about this nicely balanced wine. A steal at the price.
Wither Hills vineyard has a significant 300 hectares of superb viticultural land nestled in the heart of the region's Wairau Valley. The Wairau Valley is the major grape growing area of Marlborough bordered by the landmark range of hills to the South - the Wither Hills. The vineyards flourish in free draining, silty alluvial loam over deep stony river deposits, providing a near perfect growing environment.
Wither Hills is founded on the sincere belief that the... View More