White Wine

Tohu Sauvignon Blanc, Marlborough 2006

Mitton Hall’s favourite Sauvignon is a text-book example of the overtly fruity style, packed with passion fruit flavours that put New Zealand on the wine making map.


McCorkindale Riesling, Marlborough 2006

Alan McCorkindale’s Riesling has the perfect balance between lime-diesel fruitiness and fresh citrus acidity.


Reserve Chardonnay C.J.Pask, 2006

Pineapple and melon flavours, beautifully mingled with gentle oaky tones and fresh lemon acidity.


Red Wine

Gimblett Gravels Cabernet-Merlot, C.J. Pask 2005

The classic Bordeaux combination of grapes provides a more ripe-fruited style than you would find in a Claret, yet still managing to capture the elegant cassis and plum flavours that we all love.


McCorkindale Pinot Noir, Marlborough 2005

A wine to please the most demanding Pinot Noir connoisseur, a heady bouquet of truffles and strawberries follows through with a velvety smooth palate and long finish.


3 Stones Syrah 2005

The Syrah grape has it’s homeland in the Rhone Valley where it is responsible for the great wines of Hermitage and Cote Rotie, but this Kiwi example, packed with spicy liquorice and bramble tones, is a revelation.