Kim Crawford Marlborough Pinot Gris

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Kim Crawford's winery strives to let the natural flavours of the grapes shine through in every glass you drink.

That's why, They were one of the first wineries in New Zealand to launch our wines in screw caps because they keep wine fresher than corks. Now it is an industry norm.

At a time when the world was flooded with oak aged chardonnays, they decided the world needed a clean, top quality, fruit driven chardonnay devoid of heavy oak, so they started making one.

A winery that produces fine wine with a reputation for exceptional quality. All the wines are an evident result of a well thought out creation process.

Tasting Note: Light to medium crimson red with delicate red fruit, light cherry and strawberry with earthy undertones. Bright lifted red fruits on the palate. Medium weight with surprising volume. A soft and lingering finish, a delight.

Additional Details

SKU:
11083-UNIT
Size:
750
Container Type:
Bottle
Country:
New Zealand
Alcohol %:
13
Region:
Marlborough
Style:
Dry White
Varietal:
Pinot Gris

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