Zara '15

Zara Viognier '19

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$29.90/ bottle

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A luscious gold with brilliant green highlights, Zara ’15 is a dream of turkish delight and lemon honey. Enticing aromas of marzipan, peach and jasmine unfold in moreish layers of apricot, lychee and French Vanilla ice cream on the palate. The soft cream notes of New Zealand’s oldest viognier vines add an exotic, voluptuous weight to Zara ’15, leading to a delicate, refeshing finish.

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Zara ’15 is closed with a 'Diam' cork, which eliminates any possibility of cork taint, allowing continued evolution in bottle for five years from harvest.

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pH: 3.62
Total acidity as tartaric: 5.0g/l
Alcohol: 14.5%
Residual sugar: Dry

WINEMAKING                                                                                                        The individually handled ferments were blended to enhance the wine’s varietal complexity. The finished wine was fined before bottling.

VINEYARDS                                                                                                              26 March 2015, fully ripe viognier grapes were hand harvested in several passes across the sloping middle terrace of Te Mata Estate’s Woodthorpe Terraces Vineyard.

ORIGIN                                                                                                                    Zara is affectionately named after Zara Buck, the first born child of the third generation of Te Mata Estate’s Buck family. Zara spent her childhood playing amongst the vines at the vineyard which is home to this delightful viognier.

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