One of the first independent wineries to establish in Marlborough in 1990, the Allan Scott family has made a name for itself in a highly competitive market.
New Zealand is characterized by a scarce part of the land that is suitable for wine growing and therefore also a relatively small number of producers.
With its striking combination of cool nights, sunny days and young soil, Marlborough is recognized as one of the world's greatest wine regions. Within Marlborough, the Rapaura area along the northern edge of the Wairau Valley has become particularly popular. This is where the Scott Family has their vineyards, all close to the winery.
Fragrant on the nose showing citrus, passionfruit and herbaceous characters, followed by a succulent palate that is juicy and appealing. Classically expressed and immediately attractive