Produced from a selection of vineyards located in Marlborough's Wairau Valley where relatively warm days and cool nights retain crisp acidity and vibrant fruit flavours. This wine is bursting with classic varietal fruit flavours.
A lovely bouquet of fresh gooseberries leads to a crisp palate with a long, mineral, dry finish. You'll notice aromas of green and tropical fruit with capsicum and freshly cut grass.
Perfect with salads, chicken or seafood or simply on its own.
About The Winery
Ross and Barbara Lawson founded Lawson’s Dry Hills in 1992, they had been growing Gewürztraminer grapes for other wine companies on their Alabama road vineyard since 1980. Their first vintage, which included the Gewürztraminer grown on the Alabama road vineyard, was just fifteen tonnes and was managed by Ross from the old tin shed on the property, which is still standing and forms part of the winery cellar door.
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