100% New Zealand Pinot Gris. Wairarapa, located on the most Southern point of the North island, displays the cooler climate characteristics of the South island, which makes for an extremely fragrant version of this Burgundy mutation.
100% Pedro Ximénez. Alvear is one of the top-three bodegas in the Montilla-Moriles region. It’s the oldest winery in the region and they produce some of the finest wines. The Pedro Ximénez grape variety is not only the star of DO Montilla-Moriles but also of the wines and vineyards owned by Bodegas Alvear. Legend has it that it was brought from the Rhine by a solider serving in the Spanish army in Flanders, who consequently gave it his name.
This is a single-vineyard 100% Riesling from the
Marlborough appellation on the south island of New Zealand. Though we think of New Zealand as the land of
grapefruit-focused Sauvignon Blanc, its cool climate has made it an ideal
candidate for growing a variety of white grapes, including Riesling.
The Saint M Riesling shows this vintage character with its juicy apple, melon and citrus aromas, its lush and lifted mid-palate, and its subtle, drying finish. It is a purely delicious Riesling from the Pfalz, Germany