The 2016 season was one of the driest that the Marlborough region has experienced since the wine industry was established in the province. A cool start to the growing season created numerous frost events that provided continuing challenges right up until flowering. The months of January to April were all warmer than average, providing excellent ripening conditions, similar to the excellent 2015, 2014 and 2010 seasons.
NOSE: Aromatic on the nose, with notes of white peach, preserved citrus and a hint of tropicality.
PALATE: The palate is expressive and vibrant, with a balance between ripe stone fruits and citrus intensity.