Wines from Martinborough
Martinborough is not only a small town, but also a well-known wine region within the Wairarapa region. This picturesque colonial village is surrounded by small vineyards, tended by family-owned producers.
With a climate and soil profile similar to that of Burgundy, it’s no wonder that Martinborough has excited the wine world. It became famous for its flagship red Pinot Noir that rivals French burgundy wines.
Sauvignon Blanc is Martinborough’s best-kept secret. The Chardonnay wines are some of New Zealand's best. Syrah is emerging and showing great promise. Shop Martinborough wines online today.
30,99 € - 31,99 €*
42,65 € pro Liter
From one of the best producers in Martinborough, in fact New Zealand. 20 years ago, Ata Rangi named this special Pinot Noir "Crimson" in support of Project Crimson. This charitable trust is working to replant and preserve native red-flowering pohutukawa and rata trees throughout New Zealand. Immediately appealing, pure, youthful with red fruit aromas, elegant spice and warm cedar.
57,99 € - 59,99 €*
79,99 € pro Liter
This Pinot Noir is one of New Zealand's best Pinot Noirs and considered to be amongst the best in the world. Only fruit, from the oldest parcels of vines makes up this premium Pinot Noir. Ata Rangi is one of New Zealand's iconic wineries.
69,99 € - 72,99 €*
97,32 € pro Liter
From one of New Zealand's shining Pinot Noir producers. This is a highly limited, elegant and finely structured wine from Martinborough icon Ata Rangi. It shows a wonderful mix of violets, red cherry and more spicey elements of fennel seed and rosemaryr.
72,99 € - 74,99 €*
99,99 € pro Liter
This is a highly limited, delicious wine from Martinborough icon Ata Rangi. The McCrone site catches this seam and delivers a distinctively different aroma and flavour profile than that of the Ata Rangi Pinot Noir.
133,33 € pro Liter
Treat yourself with this limited wine case and enjoy four different Ata Rangi Pinots from 2020. Only 6 cases available. Ata Rangi is one of New Zealand's pioneers and wine stars. They are internationally known for their Pinot Noir. In this case, you can discover their four outstanding Pinots and experience the difference the soil makes in the glass.