lagoon hill

 
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New Zealand

 
 

Lagoon Hill is named after an old Riddiford sheep and cattle station in the hills outside of Martinborough, Wairarapa. The Riddiford family has owned large tracts of land in the lower North Island since 1850 and broke in the bush country for suitable grazing for sheep and cattle. 


The Lagoon Hill range includes Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Gris and Pinot Noir sourced from single-vineyard sites in Martinborough and Marlborough. The label lettering is designed to reflect the undulating terrain that is so distinctive of the Lagoon Hill property along the coast line.

 

lagoon hill martinborough sauvignon blanc 

Classic aromas of passion fruit and herbs mixed with a background of citrus and stone fruit with a long mineral finish.

 

tech sheets

 

PRESS

  • 2013 - 90 Wine Enthusiast

Lagoon hill marlborough pinot gris

Aromas of red apple, lychee, pear and white peach give way to a silky, textural palate with fresh lively flavors.

 

TECH SHEETS

 

press

  • 2014 - 90 Bob Campbell MW

lagoon hill marlborough pinot noir

Aromas of plums, black cherry and savory spice. It’s medium bodied yet elegant, with a long, silky finish.

 

tech sheets

 

press

  • 2013 - 89 Wine Spectator