It’s hard to separate New Zealand and Sauvignon Blanc these days, but we were the first to put them together, planting the first Sauvignon Blanc in 1969 and producing our first bottle in 1974. You could say we’ve changed the way the world drinks wine. Has it gone to our heads? Hardly. But it has fired us up to do more. Matua began with a vision shared by Bill and Ross Spence – to revolutionise the New Zealand wine industry by making wines with the best fruit from the best vineyards. A philosophy that still stands today and has earned us international recognition for our pioneering work.
Bursting with vibrant cherry and dried cranberry characters, this aromatic Pinot Noir also has hints of spice and bitter-sweet chocolate. Textural and concentrated, this is Pinot Noir at its best, supported by finely structured tannins of velvet consistency.