Duck Hunter Pinot Gris 2022 (6 Bottles) Marlborough

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When the flavour spectrum enters the desired range the grapes are machine harvested . Grapes are pressed and the juice gel floated and inoculated at the winery. Cool fermented using an aromatic yeast. Once the wine is deemed in balance the ferment is stopped, the wine is then cold stabilised filtered and bottled. Very similar process as used for our Sauvignon Blanc but with higher ph and lower acidity the wine seems sweeter and less aggressive.

Pear flavours abound, hints of spice and honey. Fruit flavours will develop with time in the bottle.

Natural sugars produce this off-dry vibrant style, very smooth and easy to drink, finishes well with subtle cleansing acidity

Aromatics of pear and honeysuckle.

Palest gold with hints of green



About Duck Hunter Wines

Duck Hunter is a partnership between Mark Wilson and Rosie McLean, both of us are co-owners/Directors actively involved in the day to day running of the business.

Mark is our PR and sales person, he has been in the restaurant business for over three decades, so knows the importance of having great wine to accompany good food. Rosie is an ex bank manager who handles production, compliancy and export logistics, and is an avid promoter of NZ Sauvignon Blanc.

Together we share a passion to present high quality New Zealand wine at affordable prices. We couldn’t have achieved our current international market success without the help of one of New Zealand’s best-known (and award winning) winemakers who guided us through the early years.


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The Hancocks name traces its origins back to 1859 when Thomas Hancock purchased the Captain Cook Inn in Khyber Pass Road Newmarket. Hancocks originally started life as a brewer and publican. The company went through many changes in its first 100 years, including the manufacture and distribution of spirits. Over the course of years the company changed names several times with the core of the company being the basis of what we now know as Lion.