• Merlot/Cabernets 2019

    Te Mata Estate – ‘Te Mata justly lays claim to being the oldest commercial winery in New Zealand. They also produce two of the nation’s iconic wines, the Coleraine, a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Cabernet Franc that exhibits the best characteristics of a stylish Bordeaux with ample New World power and exuberance, and
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  • Syrah 2008 Reviews

    ‘Ripe and smooth, this is mouth-pleasing with ripe berry and floral characters.’ Sam Kim, The Dominion Post, April 2010 Featuring: Syrah 2008

  • Syrah 2009 Review

    ‘A ripe, assertive nose with blackcurrant, raspberry leaf, bay leaf and wild strawberry. The palate is medium-bodied, with a supple, very harmonious finish with a dash of white pepper. Lovely.’ 90 points Neil Martin, Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate Issue #191, 2010 Featuring: Syrah 2009 ‘Another steal. Fresh, floral and spicy with excellent depth of plum
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  • Syrah 2011 Reviews

    ‘Made by co-fermenting syrah, estate-grown and hand picked in Hawke’s Bay, with a splash of viognier. French oak-aged for 13 months, it is ruby-hued, with a fragrant, peppery bouquet. A lighter style than usual, with fresh plums and spice.’ Michael Cooper, Michael Cooper’s Buyers Guide to New Zealand Wines 2013 Featuring: Syrah 2011 ‘Beautiful aromatics
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  • Syrah 2012 Reviews

    ‘Svelte, spicy and very drinkable, this medium-bodied red hits the spot. The tannins are fine and the fruit is vibrant.’ Campbell Mattinson, Winewise, November 2013 Featuring: Syrah 2012

  • Syrah 2013 Reviews

    ‘Fruity, accessible Syrah with red berry, plum and black pepper flavours plus a hint of floral character and a suggestion of fresh herbs. Great value at this price. 93 points. 4.5 stars.’ Bob Campbell MW, Bob Campbell Wine Reviews Featuring: Syrah 2013 ‘This was the best vintage ever in the Hawkes Bay. Wonderful fresh fruit
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