New Zealand Biodynamic Wine – Churton, Marlborough

Monty Waldin writes “New Zealand finds making wines with strong flavours so easy – Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc and Otago Pinot Noir being notable examples – that producers focussing on bringing definition to their wine more by texture than by great blasts of fruit often slip under the radar.The Countryman Jul15

I believe Sam and Mandy Weaver’s Churton estate, in Marlborough’s Waihopai valley, to be one of a handful of New Zealand vineyards with a unique terroir and a way of working it which makes the terroir come strikingly alive in the glass.”

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