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Escarpment's The Edge Pinot Gris is grown on the alluvial gravel terraces for which the region of Martinborough has become famous.

The style is off dry (3.3g/l residual sugar) with a soft ripe backbone and long lingering finish. Currently the wine shows the pear/white stone fruit flavours this variety is renowned for.

Technical analysis

ALCOHOL

13.0 %

RESIDUAL SUGAR

3.3 g/L

pH

3.14

ACIDITY

5.4 g/L

ORIGIN

New Zealand

WINEMAKER

Larry McKenna

VARIETY

Pinot Gris/Pinot Grigio

MALOLACTIC FERMENTATION

Partial

CLOSURE

Screw top

BOTTLE SIZE

75cl

REGION

Martinborough

VEGETARIAN

Yes

VEGAN

Yes

Vintage conditions

The season was warm, allowing high quality fruit to be harvested early in the season giving brilliant perfumed fruit flavours.

Vinification details

The grapes were hand harvested before being whole bunch pressed and transferred to stainless steel tanks for fermentation. The juice was cold settled and racked.

Green credentials

Member of Sustainable Winegrowing New Zealand.

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Escarpment's The Edge Pinot Gris is grown on the alluvial gravel terraces for which the region of Martinborough has become famous.

The style is off dry (5.6g/l residual sugar) with a soft ripe backbone and long lingering finish. Currently the wine shows the pear/white stone fruit flavours this variety is renowned for.

Technical analysis

ALCOHOL

12.3 %

RESIDUAL SUGAR

5.6 g/L

pH

3.24

ACIDITY

5.9 g/L

ORIGIN

New Zealand

WINEMAKER

Larry McKenna

VARIETY

Pinot Gris/Pinot Grigio

MALOLACTIC FERMENTATION

No

CLOSURE

Screw top

BOTTLE SIZE

75cl

REGION

Martinborough

VEGETARIAN

Yes

VEGAN

Yes

Vintage conditions

The season was warm, allowing high quality fruit to be harvested early in the season giving brilliant perfumed fruit flavours.

Vinification details

The grapes were hand harvested before being whole bunch pressed and transferred to stainless steel tanks for fermentation. The juice was cold settled and racked.

Green credentials

Member of Sustainable Winegrowing New Zealand.

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Escarpment's The Edge Pinot Gris is grown on the alluvial gravel terraces for which the region of Martinborough has become famous.

The style is off dry (8.3g/l residual sugar) with a soft ripe backbone and long lingering finish. Currently the wine shows the pear/white stone fruit flavours this variety is renowned for.

Technical analysis

ALCOHOL

13.1 %

RESIDUAL SUGAR

8.3 g/L

pH

3.25

ACIDITY

5.3 g/L

ORIGIN

New Zealand

WINEMAKER

Larry McKenna

VARIETY

Pinot Gris/Pinot Grigio

MALOLACTIC FERMENTATION

No

CLOSURE

Screw top

BOTTLE SIZE

75cl

REGION

Martinborough

Vintage conditions

The season was perfect allowing high quality fruit to be harvested early in the season giving brilliant perfumed fruit flavours.

Vinification details

The grapes were hand harvested before being whole bunch pressed and transferred to stainless steel tanks for fermentation. The juice was cold settled and racked.

Green credentials

Member of Sustainable Winegrowing New Zealand.

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Escarpment's The Edge Pinot Gris is grown on the alluvial gravel terraces for which the region of Martinborough has become famous.

The style is off dry (4.8g/l residual sugar) with a soft ripe backbone and long lingering finish. Currently the wine shows the pear/white stone fruit flavours this variety is renowned for.

Technical analysis

ALCOHOL

13.0 %

RESIDUAL SUGAR

4.8 g/L

pH

3.15

ACIDITY

5.1 g/L

ORIGIN

New Zealand

WINEMAKER

Larry McKenna

VARIETY

Pinot Gris/Pinot Grigio

HARVEST DATE

April 2015

FINED USING

Isinglass

SULPHUR

Total: 70 Free: 10

MALOLACTIC FERMENTATION

No

CLOSURE

Screw top

BOTTLE SIZE

75cl

REGION

Martinborough

Vintage conditions

The season was perfect allowing high quality fruit to be harvested early in the season giving brilliant perfumed fruit flavours.

Vinification details

The grapes were hand harvested before being whole bunch pressed and transferred to stainless steel tanks for fermentation. The juice was cold settled and racked.

Green credentials

Member of Sustainable Winegrowing New Zealand.

 

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Contact us to discuss