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
Drinking now, but would age 3-5 years
How does Te Wahi 2016 taste?
From a cool year in Central Otago, 2016 Te Wahi is an elegant ad poised wine. Notes of fragrant bramble and wild strawberry and underpinned by fine tannins and balanced by a vibrant acidity.