Four Stars Dish Magazine 

"This pinot gris is made from an old French clone (Entav-Intra 457) where the bunches are made up of normal sized berries as well as very small berries (hen and chicken). This effect really boosts the flavour intensity. “Some lovely warm oak, vanilla, baked apple and lots of fruit up front” noted Jo.  While Yvonne enjoyed its freshness, white fruits, lithe texture and minerality.  It was the concentrated, flavoursome finish that won the judges over."

93 Points/5 Stars Wine Orbit Sam Kim

"Fabulously fruited and fragrant, the inviting bouquet shows fresh pear, rockmelon, citrus and white floral aromas on the nose, followed by a succulent palate that is supple and persistent. Elegant and generous at the same time with charming fruit flavours, making it immensely appealing. At its best: now to 2022"

"This Pinot Gris was harvested on the 8th of March in very good condition. The juice was left to macerate on skins for a few hours before being gently pressed to stainless steel tanks for fermentation.

"On the nose this wine displays an array of fruit flavours including pear, white peach, fig and lychee with a hint of ginger. On the palate the wine is rich and flavoursome with a refreshing lively finish. We normally leave between 5 and 10 grams per litre of residual sugar in our Pinot Gris as we believe this gives a seamlessness and drinkability which drier or sweeter Pinot Gris wines tend to lack."

Full of flavour and perfectly balanced, our 2019 Beach House Pinot Gris is a fine example of Hawke’s Bay Pinot Gris at its best."

 

(BCH00041)

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