Gibbston Valley

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Gibbston Valley (Central Otago) 2021 GV Pinot Noir

90 Points -  Robert Parker 
"The blended 2018 GV Collection Pinot Noir comes primarily from Bendigo and carries higher alcohol (14.1%) than any of the other 2018 Pinots. It's ripe and rich, with a slightly roasted character to its cherry and raspberry fruit. Dried leaves rustle around the edges, bringing a slightly tannic, drying sensation to the wine's finish."

5 vineyard blend, 3 Bendigo, 1 Pisa, 1 Gibbston.

Hand picked, multiple fermenters with 30% whole cluster. 

10 months in French oak, 20% new.

As pioneers of the Central Otago wine region, Gibbston Valley has been handcrafting premium wine for more than three decades. The GV Collection exemplifies the winery's quality-focused, innovative spirit. Classically shaped from select vineyards, the wines are harmonious, elegant collectables.

When you buy 12 or more

ERP $46.99

Single bottle: $41.99

Gibbston Valley (Central Otago) 2022 Glenlee Pinot Noir

"Glenlee is a Pinot Noir that comes from a vineyard of one man’s dreams. Californian visionary Gary Andrus has passed on, but his belief in close planting Burgundian principles results in a vineyard legacy: low crops of intense fruit – and sore knees for anyone who works there! The wine is a thrilling expression of site and method." Christopher Keys, Winemaker 


ERP $68.00

Gibbston Valley (Central Otago) 2022 GV Pinot Gris

Drawn from premium Bendigo, Pisa and Gibbston vineyards, GV Collection wines are classically sculpted, pure expressions of Central Otago.
The GV Collection Pinot Gris is a full style with ample weight cut by precise minerality.


ERP $29.99

Gibbston Valley (Central Otago) 2022 School House Pinot Noir

95 Points - Stephen Wong, Wine Sentience
95 points - Cameron Douglas MS

Winery description
"All clones were separated into multiple small batch fermentations. With the cool vintage and very low berry count, no whole clusters were included. The fruit’s natural intensity allowed a very gentle cap management to be employed. Following indigeneous fermentation, the wine was pressed to barrel (20% new), where it remained for 10 months before bottling. Typically alluring nose, darker violets and crushed red petal. The palate begins with a demurely lush textural expansion, before snapping through a svelte mid, and strikingly mineral finish. The 2020 School House Pinot Noir will cellar comfortably for 5-10 years."
Certified Organic


ERP $74.99