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From Martinborough to Shanghai, Craggy Range travels well

Craggy Range’s single vineyard 2012 Te Muna Road Pinot Noir has won ‘Best Pinot Noir’ and ‘Best New Zealand Pinot Noir’ Trophy as well as a gold medal at the 2014 Wine 100 Challenge in Shanghai. Only 37 out of the more than 600 entries from 10 countries gained golds.

Three other wines from the Gimblett Gravels vineyard located in Hawke’s Bay also won silver and bronze medals at the awards announced in mid-July.... Read More

Craggy Range releases 2012 Prestige Collection 'Aroha', Te Muna Road, Martinborough

Craggy Range’s much-anticipated Prestige Collection 2012 ‘Aroha’ from the Te Muna Road Estate in Martinborough has been released to market. ‘Aroha’ is based on two unique parcels of Pinot Noir grapes grown in rocky soils at the Te Muna Road Estate.

These special parcels, including one of the legendary ‘Abel’ clone, are selected for ‘Aroha’ because of their individual expression of the vineyard, complex aromatic profile and sensational savoury, earth-bound texture and length.... Read More

Te Muna Road Sauvignon Blanc named in Wine & Spirits Magazine 25th Anniversary Restaurant Poll

In the latest edition of US publication Wine & Spirits, the Te Muna Road Sauvignon Blanc features in their 25th Anniversary Restaurant Poll - 50 Top wines being served now in your favourite restaurants article. The magazine, which has a readership of around 75,000, surveys America’s favourite restaurants, a list compiled from more than 40 Zagat restaurant guides nationwide and includes 218 restaurateurs.... Read More

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