Available approx. from Saturday, 30.11.2024

6 bottle case Stonyridge Airfield 2022

318,00 CHF

70,67 CHF pro Liter

incl. statutory VAT excl. shipping costs

delivery time ca. 2-6 Werktage nach Warenverfügbarkeit



Product.Nr. 3396ch


6 bottles Stonyridge Airfield 2022. You save 20%.The little brother of icon wine Larose. It is the most immediately approachable of the Stonyridge estate wines. Delivery is planned for winter 2024.

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6 bottle case Stonyridge Airfield 2022

About the wine

Tasting Note

Airfield is a beautiful expression of a Waiheke Merlot dominant wine. The colour is a vibrant ruby. The wine shows some fresh raspberry and dark cherry as well as some subtle notes of cinnamon from the French oak influence. The mouth comes together with some soft silky tannins balancing the acidity.

Additional information

Type: Red wine

Varials: 45% Merlot, 19% Malbec, 19% Cab Franc, 16% Petit Verdot, 1% Syrah

Suggested food match: Beef Wellington

Alcohol: 13.5% vol

Residual sugar:  <1 g/l

Bottle size: 0.75l

Notice: contains sulphites

Vineyard: Waiheke Island, New Zealand. The North facing site, which Stonyridge proudly occupies, affords their vines all day sun enabling Stonyridge to ripen these Cabernet varieties to perfection. The site is sheltered from the cooler Southwest winds and in summer we can experience over 80 days of temperatures in the 30 °C mark during the ripening period. The soil is a poor low-fertility Waitemata Clay saturated with nodules of magnesium, manganese, and iron oxides. Magnesium is the central molecule of chlorophyll, essential for photosynthesis, much loved by grape vines and so often deficient in NZ soils.

Cellaring potential: 2029+

Closure: Cork

Bottle Size: 0.75l

Case Size: 6 bottles

Produced and bottled by: Stonyridge Vineyard, 80 Onetangi Road, Waiheke Island, Auckland 1971, New Zealand

Importer: vinabonus GmbH, Simmedenweg 40, 35135 Kassel

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