Bendigo Hills Pinot Blanc 2019
- Pinot Blanc
“Marlborough Pinot Blanc from an esteemed mofo favourite!” - John, Head of Buying
Bendigo Hills is a project from the esteemed mofo fave, Rock Ferry in Central Otago - this wine coming from up north in the region of Marlborough. They treat the vines with the utmost care, creating wines that are a true expression of the terroir, through organic farming and biodynamic viticulture.
This is their pinot blanc and what a delightful surprise it is! Pinot blanc is a delicious white cousin to pinot noir, and the grapes for this wine were hand harvested, so only the creme of the crop made the final press. After being partially barrel fermented, the wine displays a rounded mouthfeel and nuttiness, whilst also retaining purity and freshness of zesty lemon peel and fragrant jasmine. Sit back and relax as you slurp this down in the afternoon sun.
“Elegant and delightfully expressed, showing apricot, fig, lemon peel and jasmine aromas on the nose, followed by a succulent palate displaying beautifully rounded mouthfeel and refreshing acidity. Harmonious and delightfully poised. Certified organic. At its best: now to 2024.”
Full price $25.00 from the producer.
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Marlborough is the famous region that has rocketed NZ into the world wine scene. For good or for bad, the wine that hails from here is distinctive, exploding with aromatics and quality and balance are only improving. Located at the top of the South Island, there is no doubt that Marlborough is the epicentre of the New Zealand wine industry - a region synonymous with some of the world's best Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. The distinctive conditions of Marlborough - warm, sunny days and cold nights allow winemakers to unleash the unique expressions of grape, not seen anywhere else in the world.