The Marlborough region, on the northern tip of the southern
island, is gifted with a cool maritime south pacific climate and some of the most intense sunlight on the planet. Harbor Town
Sauvignon Blanc reaps the rewards of this climate to bring you rich fruit intensity, vibrant aromatics and crisp structure.
A bright beam of minerality with grapefruit, apple and melon tones.
Located on the east coast with mountains to the west, Marlborough is one of New Zealand’s sunniest and driest areas. In these bright, but relatively ‘cool’ climate conditions, the grapes have the advantage of a long slow, flavor-intensifying ripening period. The average daily temperature during summer is nearly 24 degrees C, but clear cool nights keep acid levels high in the grapes.
Harbor Town Pinot Noir offers a rich expression of fruit. A beautiful nose of concentrated blackberry jam and bing cherries leads seamlessly to a palate of dark red berries with a velvety structure. A smooth finish of plush vanilla tannins satisfies you with each glass.