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Cheaper by the dozen ($22). A red grape from northern Spain. Great berry fruit flavours with soft tannins make this a wine a favourite for everyday drinking. Bragato Bronze Medal


Cheaper by the dozen. Bouquet of vanilla, starwberry, cherries and black pepper.


2010 was a special year in Auckland. The 2010 is one of the best wines that we have made. As featured by Cuisine Magazine.


Cheaper by the dozen - 10% off. First harvest from these vines showing a lot of promise.


The advantage of being a small vineyard and winery is that you can afford to try to do something different. “The Laird” is a great example.


The nose is full of Plum and dark fruits and the rich plumy flavour of the Malbec comes at the front of the palate followed by the berry flavours in the back palate.

Cheaper by the dozen - 10% off. A French hybrid. Deep ink and crimson in colour, medium bodied in style. The palate is youthful & fresh.


POA. 98/100 pts. Bob Campbell. Sweet and ripe blackberry, blackcurrant, violet, liquorice, anise and spicy oak flavours are easy to appreciate now, thanks to a structure of ripe tannins.

A pure 100 per cent Cabernet Franc displaying intense varietal characteristics with great bouquet of red berry fruit and florality.

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Have you tried Te Whau "The Point"...98 pts (Bob Campbell)  ## Congratulations to the Single Vineyard Wines-sponsored rally car coming first in class and 25th overall at the Intl Rally of Whangarei 2017.