Hawke's Bay Chardonnay Discovery Case

169,99 € -16% RRP 201,94 €

37,78 € pro Liter

incl. statutory VAT excl. shipping costs

delivery time ca. 2-4 Werktage



Product.Nr. 3361a


With this wine case you can increase your wine knowledge and save money at the same time. Three different Chardonnay from the same region is an excellent start. Hawke's Bay is New Zealand's Chardonnay hotspot. So the case is filled with the good stuff.

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Hawke's Bay Chardonnay Discovery Case

New Zealand’s second-largest wine region, sunny Hawke’s Bay has been an abundant source of fine wine since 1851. Chardonnay is the most planted wine in this region. These wines are full-bodied, lengthy, almost opulent but with finely-tuned acidity balancing the richness.

Discover wines from three Chardonnay from this diverse region. The case contains:


Contains sulphites
Bottle size: 0.75l
Bottles in this case: 6
For more information about the wines, please click on the wine name.

More about Hawke's Bay

Hawke's Bay is New Zealand’s second largest wine region. There was wine in this sunny region since 1851.

A relatively large and diverse region capable of producing a wide range of varieties to a very high standard, Hawke’s Bay is best known for its Red Blends, Syrah and Chardonnay.

Hawke's Bay subregions

  • Coastal Areas: The two grape growing areas located directly on the coast enjoy the most dramatic effects of the temperate climate and long growing season. The gravelly soils of Bay View in the northern Esk River Valley area and Te Awanga in the South have achieved recognition for premium Chardonnay and early ripening reds, including Pinot Noir.
  • Hillsides: Increasingly explored for the differences offered in soil and altitude; they are predominately planted in red varieties. Long established around Havelock North, hillsides in the Maraekakaho and Bay View sub-regions produce stellar wines and as vines march inland.
  • Alluvial Plains: Shaped by rivers and crisscrossed with gravel beds, free-draining alluvial soils and stony terraces, the plains fan out between Havelock and Napier, covering the pioneering vineyards of Taradale and Meeanee plus the Gimblett Gravels and Bridge Pa Triangle area, home to some of the region’s best wines.
  • River Valleys: Running across Hawke's Bay are four rivers which have over time created a huge diversity of grape growing sites. These sites have provided sheltered environments, with variations in altitude, aspect to the sun and variations in soil type. Fine examples of premium Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Gris and Pinot Noir are sourced from the higher altitude sites.
  • Central Hawke's Bay: Inland at an altitude of up to 300 metres Central Hawke's Bay vineyards are characterised as being cooler areas showing potential for Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Gris and Pinot Noir.

Wine region Hawke's Bay

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