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DetailsIdeally drink now through 2023. Serve well chilled.
Pale yellow in colour, this Pinot Gris is a joy! The nose brings multiple layers of aromatic fruits such as nectarine, ripe pear, quince and some citrus notes along with some mineral and floral nuances. The palate shows melon, pear, stone fruit, pineapple and a hint of toast. The wine dry and clean with great acidity that integrates well with a richness and full bodied mouth feel – this is a complex and multi-layered wine that is sheer delight. The finish is long and ends crisply.
This is a great wine to drink on it’s own, as an aperitif, or with spicy Asian food, chicken, pasta or fish.
Barrel aging for 7 months on the lees adds complexity and body to this very good Pinot Gris.
Amisfield's single-estate vineyard is situated beneath the stunning Pisa mountain range in the Cromwell Basin in Central Otago, New Zealand. Previously known as Rocky Knoll Vineyard, Amisfield has concentrated on a much more natural way to produce phenomenal wines - minimum intervention during growth of the grapes and making of the wine, and strict yield management combined with hand harvesting. The resulting fruit (and ultimately the wine) delivers concentrated fruit flavours along with complexity and balance that underlines the quality and character of the wine.