An easy drinking, food friendly, dry white wine with a generous and silky palate that defines premium Marlborough Pinot Gris. Well suited with flash fried and succulent prawns or calamari. With cheese’s try Haloumi and Gouda. Our favourite Pinot Gris dish is duck liver parfait and a drop of fig & onion jam.
The grapes for Two Tails Pinot Gris are grown in Marlborough’s Waihopai Valley. The vineyards are on north facing slopes with older river stones under alluvial loams. The vine produces grapes with elegant aromas and dense flavours including apricot, white peach and nectarine.
Two Tails Marlborough Pinot Gris is available exclusively in Australia.
We’re proud to receive consistently good reviews for Two Tails wine. Here’s what New Zealand’s leading wine reviewers are saying about our Two Tails Pinot Gris.
Youthful, pristine and inviting, the bouquet shows stone fruit, fresh pear, floral and lemon peel characters, followed by a juicy palate that is rounded and silky with fine texture and refreshing acidity. Elegant and flavoursome at the same time, this is a beautifully expressed pinot gris offering fabulous drinking.
– Wine Orbit
Bright straw-yellow colour with light golden hues and a suggestion of blush, lighter on the rim. The nose is softly full and gently packed with restrained aromas of yellow stonefruits and pears entwined with honeysuckle, and an amalgam of yellow florals and minerals, unfolding rose-petal notes. Dry to taste and medium-bodied, the palate possesses lush and rich flavours of ripe yellow stonefruits and pears with a little honeysuckle. The fruit sweetness is balanced by crisp, refreshing acidity and light phenolic textures that lend presence to the mouthfeel. The flavours are rounded in concentration and flow with good linearity, leading to a fine-textured, lingering finish of florals and stonefruits. This is a moderately rich and lush Pinot Gris with stonefruit and pear flavours balanced by fresh acid and light textures.
– Raymond Chan
Two Tails Pinot Gris, 2014 – Blue Gold Award Winner, Sydney International Wine Competition 2015.