Te Wahi means ‘the place’ in te reo Māori, reflecting both the importance of terroir and the sense of finding our second home. It is a powerful wine with an opulent core of dark berry fruit and structured tannins. Over time, warm spices and notes of forest floor flourish and provide complexity.
12-15°C +/ 54-59 F
How does Te Wahi 2010 taste?
This inaugural release of our Te Wahi Pinot Noir was powerful and complex on release. Complex layers of dark berry fruits, spice, cloves, cinnamon, dried herbs and liquorice, were balanced by powerful tannins.