CYCLONE GABRIELLE RECOVERED STOCK - SUPPORT A BOUTIQUE HAWKE'S BAY PRODUCER
Petane Station sustained devastating damage to their home and vineyards as a result of Cyclone Gabrielle; now, more than ever, is a great time to support small producers in Hawke's Bay.
Petane Station are a seriously boutique producer based in Esk Valley, Hawke's Bay. Viticulturalist and winemaker Phil works with his graphic designer wife (and their two young children on hand as eager grape samplers) to produce lovingly crafted, small batch wines.
Taken from the German words 'Edel' (noble) and 'Zwicker' (blend), Edelzwicker is a centuries old Alsatian term for a wine produced from a blend of the noble grape varieties picked from the same vineyard on the same day, producing a pure expression of vintage and terroir. A delicate light blush in the glass, this Pinot Blanc dominant blend offers lush aromas of peach and persimmon, and with bright acidity and a dry finish, will be the perfect match for fresh seafood. Enjoy this lovely drop lightly chilled in the warm autumn sunshine.
* These bottles were label damaged during Cyclone Gabrielle, and there will be some rips, tears and peeling on the labels. The bottles have all been washed and thoroughly inspected, and are deemed safe for consumption as per the meticulous MPI requirements.
A Pinot Blanc dominant blend (45%), with Pinot Gris, Gewürztraminer, Chardonnay and Viognier.
The winery writes "A delicate light blush colour, this wine shows concentrated white stone fruits, peach, persimmon and lanolin, underscored with bright energetic acidity, dried herbs and baled hay. This wine is best enjoyed chilled when the days draw out and start to heat up and matches well with oysters, cockles, pipis and paddle crabs."
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