12 Products Found

Dusky Sounds (Waipara) 2020 Riesling

Quaffable South Island Riesling made in an off dry style. Great with spicy dishes.

Produced by the guys at Waipara Hills

Winery Note
"Light green hue. Aromas of lemon sherbet, delicate floral with honeyed spice notes. The palate shows bright fruit notes of citrus and floral which combine with the lively acidity and soft sweetness."


ERP $18.99

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

Giesen Brothers (Germany) 2019 Mosel Riesling

Back in the early 1900s, August Giesen was well-known for travelling to Mosel to buy whole barrels of the region’s world famous Riesling. The Giesen brothers’ fond memories of their grandfather’s trips prompted them to purchase a vineyard and make wine in Germany’s most regarded region.

Expect aromas of tangerine, orange blossom, exotic notes of rose petal and orange marmalade. On the palate, look for citrus flavours, marmalade, and hints of nutmeg. A rich, vibrant wine with mouth-watering acidity and a long finish. Handpicking ensures only perfectly ripe fruit is selected. Following harvest the grapes were gently pressed followed by six hours of maceration to ensure their full, intense flavour was retained. Giesen Mosel Reiler Goldlay Riesling is a great aperitif or equally enjoyable matched with a meal. Germans love pork and Giesen Mosel and pork are a perfect match - try it with slow roasted pork belly or even a BLT.



ERP $24.99

Giesen Estate (NZ) 2023 Riesling

Double Gold and Trophy - New Zealand International Wine Show

This is NZ's #1 Selling Riesling. Loved also the world over.

This Riesling has become a New Zealand legend, highly awarded and the country’s number one seller. It’s not surprising given its striking notes of lime and mandarin and its delicious, succulent juicy sweetness finished with a clean acid backbone. 

Giesen Estate Riesling is a blend from two of New Zealand’s outstanding cool climate grape growing regions. Waipara, with its cool, dry climate and good sunshine and Marlborough, renowned for its long warm days and cool evenings


ERP $16.99

Hunters (Marlborough) 2023 Riesling

93 Points – Cameron Douglas MS, Summer World of Wine,

Winery note
"The fruit for this wine was sourced from a single vineyard in the Rapaura area of Marlborough, famed for its alluvial soils. The grapes were machine harvested and gently pressed with only the free run portion being used in the wine. The juice underwent fermentation in stainless steel tank. Expressive characters of ripe citrus and grapefruit notes dominate the nose of this wine. Well balanced wine that finishes strong with floral and minerality that lingers on the palate. The palate is soft but focused with a med-dry finish that lingers on. The wine displays excellent fruit purity together with fine texture and mouth-watering acidity finishes linear and persistent. This wine is very approachable now however it will reward cellaring for the next 10 years."

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ERP $24.99

Single bottle: $18.99

Johner (Wairarapa) 2021 Riesling

Made in an off-dry style to enhance the natural sweet fruit flavours that this variety has to offer.

In time will develop into the delicious oily characters attributed to the great Rieslings of the world, with ageing potential.

Perfumed aromas of orange blossom, fresh and inviting on the nose. The palate has soft herbal characters coupled with peach and lime, with a hint of honey. Fabulous fresh summer drinking but also with the ability to cellar with confidence.

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ERP $25.00

Single bottle: $20.99

Main Divide (Waipara) 2022 Riesling

Winery note
"Upon release it has a bright lemon hue. A rousing fusion of citrus, floral and flinty aromas tantalise the nose. Zesty notes of grapefruit, lime peel, and quince are melded with jasmine and orange blossom, underpinned with a steely mineral core. The mouthfeel is vibrant and energised, showcasing both richness and an elegant structure. Subtle sweetness is contrasted with zippy acidity that creates a pleasing tension, paving the way for a prolonged and tangy finish. grapes were picked in stages during late March and early April. Some parcels were intentionally left to hang until later so they could be harvested with a portion of noble botrytis. The free run juice was then slowly fermented at cool temperatures to help the wine retain its vibrant fruit characters and varietal purity. During this time daily tasting was undertaken to assess levels of acidity, alcohol and residual sweetness, with the fermentation being stopped once the right balance was achieved. Winemaking intervention was intentionally kept to a minimum to allow the vintage, variety, and vineyard to express itself harmoniously. At all stages, from fermentation to bottling, the wine was handled very carefully to help it retain a little of its naturally dissolved carbon dioxide. This may result in a small amount of spritzig when first poured, accentuating the freshness and liveliness of the wine."

When you buy 12 or more

ERP $21.99

Single bottle: $18.99

Mount Ridge (NZ) 2021 Riesling

A fantastic wine for lazy summer afternoons. 
A bright and juicy Riesling made by Giesen wines with a balanced body and vibrant finish. Citrus is complimented with sweet honeycomb and ripe mandarin. Riesling is perfect summer drinking. Nearly always underpriced in New Zealand. Go on grab a bargain!

When you buy 12 or more

ERP $14.99

Single bottle: $11.99

Pegasus Bay (Waipara) 2022 Riesling

94 Points - Cameron Douglas MS
19/20 - Candice Chow - Raymond Chan Wine Reviews
5 Stars - Michael Cooper
5 Stars - Sam Kim, Wine Orbit
92 Points Rebecca Gibb MW, Vinous

This wine has a star bright lemon hue and while lemons, limes and mandarins come to the fore, there is a background of ripe stonefruit such as peaches and apricots. Honeysuckle and honeycomb influences come from botrytis, which has also made the wine more full bodied and concentrated. It has a spine of natural acidity and tingling minerality that helps draw out the palate structure to a citrus zest finish.​


ERP $31.99

Pegasus Bay (Waipara) 2023 Aria Late Picked Riesling

5 Stars - Michael Cooper
5 Stars & 18.5+/20  Candice Chow, Raymond Chan Wine Reviews

Beautifully rich, untuous, bright and zesty...........a stunning late harvest style of riesling

Upon release the colour is bright lemon. The bouquet is a tantalising patchwork of apricot, marmalade, honey and orange zest, interwoven with fl oral notes and a lick of ginger. The botrytis has added concentration and richness, yet there is a refreshing zestiness backed with bright acidity that teases the palate, ensuring the wine remains lively and well balanced, with a prolonged finish.


ERP $46.99

Penfolds (Eden Valley) 2023 Bin 51 Riesling

Penfolds 2023 Allocation is here

18 Points - Matthew Jukes
"23 bin 51 has stunning purity and directness with a tenderness I havent seen before at this early stage of this wines life. Pretty, Clean, lemony and chalky, there is more flesh than pith in this wine. Mesmerising and ridiculosly yummy already, this is as teasing a start to a collection tasting as I have ever experienced. Drink now - 2032"

Created in the 1990’s as part of the evolving Penfolds white wine development program, Bin 51 captures many attributes of the Eden Valley locale. The region’s high altitude and cool-climate induces riesling with great finesse and elegance with a capacity for long-term cellaring. South Australia has gained worldwide recognition for producing definitive world-class riesling and Eden Valley always features. In their youth, the wines possess scented floral and citrus aromas, with a mineral edge and marked natural acidity, contributing significantly to the palate texture and flavour.

Drinking well now, but will improve with time.



ERP $49.99

Whitehaven (Marlborough) 2022 Riesling

93 Points - Cam Douglas MS
92 Points Candice Chow - Raymond Chan Wine Reviews
5 Stars - Sam Kim, Wine Orbit
17.5/20 - Joelle Thomson

Lifted lemon/lime citrus fruit with delicate floral and sherbet notes. A medium bodied and lively wine with vibrant fruit flavours. This wine has a hint of sweetness to add suppleness and to finely balance the clean, refreshing acidity. Ideally suited to Asian cuisine, crisp green salads and ‘fusion’ foods. This wine is excellent to whet the appetite before a meal, or to cleanse the palate afterwards.

When you buy 12 or more

ERP $23.00

Single bottle: $21.99