It is a wonderful example of why the tiny wine village of Martinborough is famous the world over for its Pinot Noir. With an elegant bouquet of ripe fruits, exotic spices and ﬁnely seasoned oak leading to a full soft, flowing palate it is a perfect match for the Easter slow roast lamb with rosemary, garlic, & vine tomatoes. A pinot for pinot lovers.
Established in 1984, Te Kairanga is an important part of the Martinborough wine story. Their vines are planted on land that was originally owned by the founding father of Martinborough, John Martin. While their land is steeped in history, Te Kairanga's winemaking is very much focused on the future; “to fully realise the potential of this incredible piece of land,” according to Winemaker John Kavanagh.
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