The latest Decanter medal wins come just days after the news that te Pā's new release Chardonnay and Pinot Noir (both 2016 vintage) had won Silver medals at the International Wine Challenge.
As the largest wine competition in the globe, the Decanter World Wine Awards are highly regarded, and often called the best wine awards in the world - so we're chuffed with the two silvers we picked up.
te Pā Pinot Noir Rosé and te Pā Sauvignon Blanc Oke (our gorgeous oak fermented Sauv), took out the medals and swooped up 92 points each, as judged by a high profile panel of judges.
Aromatically our Oke Sauv gives impressions of grapefruit, citrus blossom, ripe stonefruit, and flint. It's a deliciously drinkable wine, which evolves and slowly reveals layers and subtleties in the glass.
And of course, our much-loved Pinot Noir Rosé is delicately structured and pure fruited. Strawberries, raspberries, spice and lavender lead into a dry finish with a gentle vein of lingering acidity. P.S. If you love Rosé, make sure you give this beautiful Frosé recipe a try for your next get-together.
Thanks to the judges and award organisers for considering our wines! Get in touch today if you would like to stock or distribute our acclaimed range of wines.