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  • Ata Rangi McCrone Vineyard Pinot Noir 2016

    £49.99

    “Pale ruby with some black tints. Crunchy blackberry and violets, herb and earth. Firm tannins, juicy acidity, spice, pepper and earth. Salty tang. Tense and tightly wound. Great wine. Drink: 2023-2028. 17.5+ points”

    Tim Jackson, JancisRobinson.com (07/19)

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  • Ata Rangi Pinot Noir 2018

    £47.99

    “A very pale-hued yet elegant style that displays bitter cherry, orange peel and potpourri aromas. The 35% whole bunch component is integrated, offering spice and drive. The acidity is gently refreshing while the tannins are elegant. This vintage perhaps doesn’t have the stuffing of the best Ata Rangi’s but it is deftly handled; the period the wine spent in barrel was reduced so this pretty style did not become oaky. If you have other recent vintages from Ata Rangi in your cellar, you might want to uncork and enjoy the 2018 first, as it’s going to provide plenty of enjoyment in the first 3–8 years of its life. Drinking window: 2022-2028. 92 points”

    Rebecca Gibb, Vinous (03/21)

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  • Dry River Chardonnay 2017

    £46.99

    “From a cooler year, the 2017 Chardonnay is a bit leaner and more lemony than the 2016. There’s a hint of struck match up front, then toasty notes framing the citrusy flavors. It’s medium-bodied, with a silky texture and a long finish, and should drink well for another 5-6 years. Drink: 2019-2025. 92 points”

    Joe Czerwinski, Wine Advocate (241)

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  • Dry River Lovat Vineyard Syrah 2015

    £49.99

    “Dry River’s 2015 Lovat Vineyard Syrah is a dark-hued beauty, redolent of cola, espresso and boysenberries. Medium-bodied, it’s firm but ripe, showing ample depth and richness on the palate and a long, mocha-tinged and softly dusty finish. It should drink well for a decade or more. Drink: 2020-2035. 92 points”

    Joe Czerwinski, Wine Advocate (241)

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  • Dry River Pinot Noir 2015

    £59.99

    “The 2015 Pinot Noir comes from a year that saw reduced crop yields and a dry summer. The result is a concentrated, tannic, age-worthy wine that was aged in 20%-25% new French oak hogsheads. It’s medium to full-bodied and velvety in texture, with black cherry notes that come dangerously close to being chocolaty, but it retains a sense of freshness on the long, rich finish. Drink: 2022-2030. 94 points”

    Joe Czerwinski, Wine Advocate (241)

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