Gibbston Valley

Gibbston Valley

Late Harvest Riesling 2014

2014 vintage drunk in 2020. Very smooth and sweet. — 5 months ago

Valli

Waitaki Vineyard North Otago Pinot Noir 2016

More spice and less full fruit character than Central/Gibbston expression.. nose says plum but palate is dominated by Sour cherry giving freshness. Tasted back to back with the Etna, this lost bigtime. — a year ago

Valli

Gibbston Vineyard Pinot Gris 2015

This is almost wine of the year for me. Impeccably made, lovely balance, complex, gorgeous grapefruit and white peach, subtle hints of sandalwood and spice. The weight of the wine is sublime. 13.5 alc but it's so wrapped up in the overall product, there's no obvious heat. Sublime — 3 years ago

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Valli

Gibbston Vineyard Pinot Noir 2016

First time I tried this wine some years ago I thought it was a Pinot for Shiraz lovers. It remains a full bodied Pinot with black cherry and black plum with fluid soft tannins. Easy to like and very much a new world Pinot. Good with Duck Pancakes at a good Asian Restaurant on the Gold Coast. — a month ago

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Home Hill

Estate Tasmania Pinot Noir 2016

Dark and luminous. On the nose, this is a dead ringer for a big Gibbston Valley pinot. Red and black fruit, cherry, but the spice is the overriding trait. A very spicy cherry character with lovely silky mouthfeel. Broad but a little less structured and a bit shorter than a Valli or Gibbston Valley, but at $52, much better value. — a year ago

Racquel N
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Gibbston Valley

Gold River Sauvignon Blanc 2017

Excellent. Pear and buttery Sav Blanc. — 3 years ago

Kooyong

Single Vineyard Selection Ferrous Pinot Noir 2015

All beef, mushroom, alspice, and balsamic strawberry. Very Morniingron, but the power and strength could easily be confused with. A Gibbston Valley.. — a month ago

Brennan

Pinot Noir B2

Fresh, lighter and more high toned than all the other Gibbston pinots. More red than black fruit. Won wine of the year in 2011. Balanced and quite elegant. — 2 years ago

Rocket Rod
with Rocket