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New Zealand is most famous on the world wine stage for Sauvignon Blanc, and with good reason. But here at Moore Wilson's we hunt out the best of all the white varieties from local producers, and spice it up with some international contenders from excellent wineries. Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay and Pinot Gris (AKA Pinot Grigio) are the ubiquitous names, but there's plenty more out there: semillon (seh-mi-yohn), viognier, riesling, gewurztraminer...

  1. Field Blend of Chardonnay, Pinot Gris, Viognier, Pinot Noir, Syrah, Riesling and Tempranillo From a single vineyard in the Southern Valleys of Marlborough.
    $29.95 Bottle
  2. Classic stonefruit characteristics of apricot, white peach with floral details and subtle creaminess on the palate.
  3. Classic Viognier from Gisborne. Rich yet dry, with peachy, spicy flavours, showing good concentration and balance, a hint of apricot, and a lifted, floral bouquet.
  4. Grenache Blanc at its soft savoury best. Think viognier with the the floral volume on low and the brioche notes on pleasant. A versatile food wine for delicate creamy dishes.

    Out of stock

  5. Imagine heady aromas of white flowers, violet, honeysuckle, dried apricots and exotic fruits coming together in a powerful symphony. A bouquet that simply stops you in your tracks. The palate is just as pure and glorious. Gracious opulence with a dawn freshness. Rich and curvaceous across the tongue, yet still so elegant with a silky, smooth lingering finish.
    $49.95 Bottle
  6. Sirius White is a marriage of organic Chardonnay, Viognier and Marsanne. Giving this wine a warm ripe apricot character with lifted acidity, scented white peach and honeysuckle.
  7. #1 in Cuisine Magazine September 2019 : "A very juicy and polished example with beautiful citrus aromatics freshened with an exotic twist of ginger...dry finish"
  8. Looking for something new? Try a Viognier from its homeland. It displays a fine, lean palate with funky pear and over-ripe apple.
  9. A wine that really does offer something for a large array of individuals, from someone purely interested in a nice drink to those seeking to explore the nuances of these “alternate” varieties.
  10. Sun-ripened apricots and mandarin oil. Scented lilies and marzipan. Voluptuous and floral as an idyllic summer at the beach. Zara is luminous gold, with an intensely rich palate, superb concentration, and seamless integration of stone fruit, nougat, honeysuckle and jasmine. Succulent nectarine, silky hazelnut and subtle baking spice notes all lead to a fine, long sea salt-tinged finish.
  11. Floral, waxy and broad on the palate with some nice flavourful tannins on the end and a full, robust finish. Produced organically.
  12. A broad, floral wine and one of the better viogniers under $25 being made in NZ

White Wine

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New Zealand is most famous on the world wine stage for Sauvignon Blanc, and with good reason. But here at Moore Wilson's we hunt out the best of all the white varieties from local producers, and spice it up with some international contenders from excellent wineries. Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay and Pinot Gris (AKA Pinot Grigio) are the ubiquitous names, but there's plenty more out there: semillon (seh-mi-yohn), viognier, riesling, gewurztraminer...