Wine from Martinborough
Martinborough is not only a small town, but also a well-known wine region within the Wairarapa region. This picturesque colonial village is surrounded by small vineyards, tended by family-owned producers.
With a climate and soil profile similar to that of Burgundy, it’s no wonder that Martinborough has excited the wine world. It became famous for its flagship red Pinot Noir that rivals French burgundy wines.
Sauvignon Blanc is Martinborough’s best-kept secret. The Chardonnay wines are some of New Zealand's best. Syrah is emerging and showing great promise. Shop Martinborough wines online today.
24,00 CHF - 25,00 CHF*
33,33 CHF pro Liter
Te Wa , 'time and place' in te reo Maori pays homage to the distinctive wine style delivered by the stony, alluvial gravels and the cool climate of the Martinborough Terrace. A Sauvignon Blanc, that can be enjoyed in years to come.
33,70 CHF - 34,70 CHF*
46,27 CHF pro Liter
New design, same great quality. "One of the great-value pinot noirs of the world." declares Nick Stock, one of Australia's best known wine critics. 20 years ago Ata Rangi named this special Pinot Noir "Crimson" in support of Project Crimson, a charitable trust working to replant and preserve native red-flowering pohutukawa and rata trees throughout New Zealand.
30,80 CHF - 31,80 CHF*
42,41 CHF pro Liter
'Rhone-meets-Bordeaux', an enduringly popular Merlot/Syrah/Cabernet blend first produced in a lean-to shed in 1986! Célèbre has always had its own distinctive style as a bright, high-energy red with real concentration and a rich, mouth-filling texture.
53,20 CHF - 54,30 CHF*
72,40 CHF pro Liter
Consistently one of New Zealand's finest and most age-worthy Chardonnays. Concentration, purity of flavour and added complexity of oak. A classic style of chardonnay: delicious, luscious. Only 250 cases produced, sold out every year, mainly to wine club members in New Zealand.
120,00 CHF -12% RRP 135,70 CHF *
80,00 CHF pro Liter
75,40 CHF - 76,60 CHF*
102,13 CHF pro Liter
This is a highly limited, delicious wine from Martinborough icon Ata Rangi. The McCrone site catches this seam and delivers a distinctively different aroma and flavour profile than that of the Ata Rangi Pinot Noir.