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After The Gold Rush

After The Gold Rush

There's a lot more to Central Otago than good Pinot Noir, and Domain Road is one of those producers that is using the unique micro-climate at their disposal to full effect. Named after the water races that Gold Miners used to carry water, this wine is a testament to the industry of the early settlers of Otago. These days the water races are still used to help get much needed water to farming areas, including the Domain Road Winery. 

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    • Origin
    • New Zealand
    • Otago
    Aromas of lemons and limes are also present on a very elegant palate that has some peach, apricot and hints of honey. The wines dry character brings b... Read More
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Riesling

One of my favourite white grape variatals, Riesling can produce white wines that are dry as a bone or sweet as any dessert wine. It is this versatility, and also its tremendous ageing potential that makes it so appealing to me. The bad reputation it has with some is probably down to some of the cheap styles from Germany that flooded the UK market twenty to thirty years ago, for this reason it could be labelled a 'Wine Merchant Wine' - we absolutely love it, but can't sell it, so we drink it ourselves! 

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