All along Marlborough’s wild coast, clinging to rocks at low tide, is the seaweed Durvillea. We know it as bull kelp or rimurapa and its strong lines, shapes, textures and colours mirror the depth and complexity of flavours found in our wine.
Earlier vintages of this wine were labelled Pinot Grigio.
Colour/Appearance Pale lemon-straw
Aroma/Bouquet Fresh pear and fig, with nougat and light honey
Palate Medium-bodied with pear and peach flavours, minerally texture and long finish
Cellaring Already drinking well and likely to improve over the next 3 years
Suggested Foods Pasta and poultry dishes, smoked salmon and salads