Grape Escape: New Zealand



Six Bottles to Take You to New Zealand.

While Sauvignon Blanc may comprise 71% of the total production, don’t overlook the equally amazing 29%! Embark on a journey across the entire country through your wine glass.


Te Mata Syrah, Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand 2020 Bursting with black pepper and blackberry flavors, accompanied by that signature mineral depth that defines the region. A wine I adore for its remarkable quality and value.
Peregrine Pinot Noir, Central Otago, NZ 2016 An aromatic symphony that leaps from the glass, layering deep dark fruit atop a bedrock of minerality. A wine that truly captures the essence of New Zealand, a love I’m sure you’ll share.
Te Mata ‘Atwatea’ Red Blend, Hawkes Bay, NZ 2020 This blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot was a delightful surprise for my palate. The nose boasts cedar box and tobacco notes, while the palate marries Old World charm with New World fruit.
Catalina Sounds Pinot Noir, Marlborough, NZ 2021 From a vineyard owned by Sonoma’s Jackson Family, this Pinot Noir is a standout. Exemplifying the region’s prowess beyond Sauvignon Blanc, it’s a taste of New Zealand’s diverse wine heritage.
Allan Scott Sauvignon Blanc, Marlborough 2022 A true pioneer, Allan Scott’s family-owned winery shaped Marlborough’s viticulture. Savor their Sauvignon Blanc – crisp and fresh like a tropical fruit salad. A toast to a genuine legacy.
Sea Salt Rose, New Zealand 2022 Sea Salt exclusively crafts Sauvignon Blanc and dry rosé. With fruit sourced from Hawke’s Bay and Marlborough, this rosé embodies the essence of New Zealand’s captivating coastal charm.