Peregrine Pinot Gris 750mL SPECIAL | Any 2 For $50*


Pinot Gris 750mL

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The family-owned Peregrine winery, based in Gibbston, is one of the success stories of Central Otago, NZ. Let us count the ways: commitment to organic farming; varieties that excel in the region; and meticulous winemaking, led by Nadine Cross, who has worked in California, France’s Loire Valley and Marlborough. Pinot Gris is suited to this cool climate and Peregrine makes two, the fruit sourced largely from two very disparate areas — Bendigo and Pisa.

Peregrine's Pinot Gris serves up some interest that goes beyond New Zealand's most famous white variety. Instead of kiwifruit and gooseberries, savour Pinot Gris' poached pears and red apples. There's some crisp acidity hiding in the back that keeps the palate fresh, with some mealy texture providing a nice mouthfeel.

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  • Cellaring
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  • Closure
    Screw cap
  • Packaging
  • Standard Drinks
  • Origin
    New Zealand, Central Otago
  • Style
    Pleasing Dry Whites
  • Vintage*
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* Vintages on offer may vary.


  • by Bob Paulinski - Master of Wine, on August 09, 2018

    Central Otago is set to be the next big thing in the wine world. It's the most southerly wine region in the world. Well, Patagonia might have something to say about that. Nonetheless, Central Otago is home to some of the most exiting wines on the planet. It's located on the extreme of getting ripe fruit for wine. What that means is it's a great place for wines with a brilliant aromatics. They are not wines of immense weight, but rather subtle, interesting wines that have an expressive purity. This Pinot Gris could easily be the standard for all others. The colour is light golden. The aromas and taste profile show poached pear note, medium weight, yet well textured and a silky smooth finish.

  • by Chris, on August 08, 2018

    My all time favourite white wine. One word: smooth. So silky smooth. This should be the first white wine anyone tries. Worth the price, every time.

  • by Michael Reid, on May 13, 2014

    Our favourite Pino Gris, its only downfall is its so easy to drink it doesn't last long in the fridge.