Distinctive, small-batch fine wines made from exceptional single vineyard sites in Marlborough and Hawke's Bay. Blank Canvas is the personal wine range of husband and wife team, Matt Thomson and Sophie Parker-Thomson MW. Matt is an award-winning winemaking consultant with fifty back-to-back vintages in both New Zealand and Europe. Blank Canvas is their vinous studio – these are not mainstream wines.
Blank Canvas "... is one of the most exciting labels to come out of Marlborough in the past decade." - Rebecca Gibb MW
25,90 CHF - 26,90 CHF*
35,87 CHF pro Liter
Consistently among New Zealand's top-rated Sauvignon Blanc wines. A single vineyard, small-batch classic Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc. From the Holdaway Family vineyard at Dillons Point close to the sea.
31,80 CHF - 32,90 CHF*
43,87 CHF pro Liter
While the classic expression of this famous wine style is about fruit purity and crispness, this wine represents Matt and Sophie's alternative interpretation. The Abstract Sauvignon Blanc is about savoury, flinty complexity and seamless texture that they think draws parallels with the best white Bordeaux wines, at a fraction of the price.
33,70 CHF - 34,70 CHF*
46,27 CHF pro Liter
Consistently reviewed among the top Marlborough and New Zealand Chardonnays, the Reed Vineyard Chardonnay has both power and incredible elegance. A wine with a well-judged 'reductive' (smoky, struck-match) aroma.
36,70 CHF - 37,70 CHF*
50,26 CHF pro Liter
Escaroth is a unique north-facing, sloped, dry-farmed site in the middle of Taylor Pass. Vines were planted in 2001 and a dragon meets you at the entrance. It has the biggest diurnal range in all of Marlborough and is frequently drier than other sub-regions. 400 cases produced.
41,50 CHF - 42,50 CHF*
56,66 CHF pro Liter
"This Settlement Vineyard Pinot Noir is a classic representation of Pinot Noir from the Omaka. It has real density and power. In my mind the Omaka is the most tannic subregion in Marlborough, the wine just swallows the 50% whole bunch. It is incredibly structured and is built to age." - Matt Thomson