New Zealand Pinot Gris has becoming increasingly fashionable, with its mouth-filling, rich and refreshing earthly stone pear and apple flavours, it’s now recognised as the third most popular white wine variety among wine drinkers.
New Zealand Pinot Gris is grown throughout the country, mainly in Marlborough, Central Otago and Hawkes Bay wine regions and is number four on the most highly planted and picked variety. The warmer sub-tropical wine regions produce fat ripe oily styles whilst the cooler southerly wine regions produce tighter wines with great structure.
The winemaking process normally requires a small amount of barrel ageing with a focus on building texture and complexity.
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