Main Divide Pinot Gris

“One example which never disappoints.”

Yvonne Lorkin, Bay of Plenty Times, NZ


⭑⭑⭑⭑1/2

“ … weighty … concentrated … honeyed notes and a rich, slightly sweet, very harmonious finish

Michael Cooper, The Listener magazine, NZ
2016


93/100

“ … bold and expressive bouquet with spicy and fleshy fruit aromas … Great balance and length, well made

Cameron Douglas MS, camerondouglasms.com, NZ
2016


TROPHY PINOT GRIS OF THE YEAR 2018

“Full of personality … weighty, concentrated … honey notes … rich … very harmonious finish”

Winestate magazine, AUS


92/100

“Attractive Pinot Gris … rich almost syrupy texture and an impressively lengthy finish

Bob Campbell MW. bobcampbell.nz, NZ
2016


92/100

“ … The texture is sublime, smooth and luxuriant

Nick Stock, James Suckling, USA
2016


GOLD

New World Wine Awards
Top 50.


2015


⭑⭑⭑⭑⭑ 90/100

… Elegantly opulent, this attractive pinot gris is filled with ripe stone fruit, baked pear, floral and flinty characters … succulent fruit flavours … the wine finishes long and pleasing dry.

Sam Kim, Wine Orbit, NZ
2015


TOP VALUE

Main Divide is always punching above its weight and is often near the front of the pack in tastings, snapping at the heels of their premium Pegasus wines

Wine NZ Magazine
2015


92/100

 … As ever, a very complex and well-judged take on the style. Plenty of depth, weight and concentration … Great texture

Nick Stock, www.jamessuckling.com, USA
2015


⭑⭑⭑⭑ 92/100

 … Intense Pinot Gris … Rich and quite complex wine, with subtle sweetness almost masking a grippy phenolic finish

Bob Campbell MW, www.bobcampbellwinereviews.com, NZ
2014


⭑⭑⭑⭑½ 91/100

… seriously styled showing aromas of baked peach, mandarin, flint and spice on the nose … concentrated and lush … long, sumptuous and gratifying

Sam Kim, Wine Orbit, NZ
2014


Main Divide Pinot Gris is one of New Zealand’s most excellent Pinot Gris with its intense flavours … The complexity of flavour, full body and long rich finish all make this an X-factor wine, which shines with high quality and complexity.

Joelle Thomson, Drinksbiz, NZ
2014