4 Stars - Dish Magazine
"Sourced from the famous Gimblett Gravels, it’s a toasty, oak-forward style (“almost ‘bacony’”, added Yvonne) and there is no mistaking the spicy, meaty notes and plum and liquorice flavours. A touch of dried herb adds real character to this organically grown stunner. Cameron loved the fruitcake aromas and its big, bold tannins." Dish Magazine


Stonecroft is a small, family owned winery making organic Gimblett Gravels wines in Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand. The owners are Dermot McCollum and Andria Monin.  Their approach is all about minimal intervention/maximum care and attention style wines - generally using whole bunch press, older French Oak for around 18 months. 

The name ‘Serine’ came about after speculation over the origin of the wineries oldest Syrah vines, which are the oldest Syrah vines in New Zealand.  At one stage, it was thought the clone of Syrah might be Serine. That was never established but the name stuck. 

The Serine Syrah is a serious wine which will develop in the bottle, but one which does not need to be cellared for years before drinking.

Rich, black fruit flavours, balanced with sweet spices and a dash of pepper.

Stunning wine, boutique, 100% organic, bold and smooth.

(STO00001)

 

Country:

New Zealand

Region:

Hawkes Bay

Variety:

Syrah

Style:

Big, gutsy reds

Winemaker:

Dermot McCollum

Closure:

Screwcap

ABV:

 

Bottle size:

13%

 

750ml

Fruit:

⚫⚫⚫⚫⚫

Body:

⚫⚫⚫⚫

Tannin:

⚫⚫⚫

Acidity:

⚫⚫⚫

Food Match:

Peppersteak



 

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