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2017 Te Mata Coleraine

2017 Te Mata Coleraine

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13.5%
Cellar to 2030
Cork
Hawke's Bay
2017
750ml
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$100.00
13.5%
Cellar to 2030
Cork
Hawke's Bay
2017
750ml
  • THE BRIEF
  • THE FINER DETAILS
  • WHO MADE IT?
  • EXPERT REVIEWS
  • THE BRIEF
  • Established in 1896, Te Mata Estate remains family owned, producing internationally recognized wines exclusively from it's Hawke's Bay vineyards. It has been at the forefront of the modern rejuvenation of the New Zealand wine scene for the last forty years.

    Today, Te Mata Estate is recognized as one of New Zealand's most prestigious wine producers, making nearly 40,000 cases a year of premium wine and exporting to over 42 countries.

    Their Coleraine is arguably New Zealand's most famous red wine. First produced in 1982, this classic blend of cabernet sauvignon, merlot and cabernet franc displays the concentration, complexity and elegance found in the world's finest wines.

  • THE FINER DETAILS
  • Each parcel of grapes was destemmed before a traditional warm, plunged fermentation and extended maceration on skins. The resulting wines were then run to predominately new French oak barrels for 17 months’ maturation. Throughout this time, they were regularly topped and racked. The separate wines were blended in September 2018. The finished wine was bottled in December 2018. The final blend is 73% cabernet sauvignon and 27% merlot.

  • WHO MADE IT?
  • Established in 1896, Te Mata Estate remains family owned, producing internationally recognized wines exclusively from its Hawke’s Bay vineyards. A temperate maritime climate with low rainfall, due to the rain shadow from mountains to the west, ensures Te Mata’s sites make the most of every vintage. At the heart of Te Mata Estate are the Havelock Hills Vineyards - the first legally-protected vineyards in New Zealand. Te Mata has five sites on these free draining, north-facing slopes. Soils to the east are mostly sandy loam over a sandstone base, and towards the west are sandy loam over a thin layer of clay and a silica pan. The distinctive shape of the hills is due to their comparative youth, in geological terms. At the meeting point of two tectonic plates, sandstone has been pushed up then worn away relatively quickly leaving a landscape of steep and gentle slopes, and terraces ideal for grape-growing. Under vine for over 120 years, and including some of the oldest grape growing sites in New Zealand, the Havelock Hills are protected for their distinct character, special ambience and unique viticultural heritage.

  • EXPERT REVIEWS
  • 97 POINTS

    SAM KIM - WINE ORBIT


    With stunning sophistication and complexity, this meticulously composed red shows beautifully lifted aromas of dark purple fruit intensity together with seductive notes of cedar, cigar. cocoa and violet on the nose. The palate exhibits outstanding weight and depth, while remaining graceful and poised, leading to an extremely long finish, backed by fine, chalky tannins.'