Jackson Estate Homestead Riesling 2022 (6 Bottles) Marlborough

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Pungent aromatics of zesty citrus and white stone fruits with underlying flinty minerality combine to create a vibrant and enticing nose.

The citrus notes follow through to the palate and are accompanied by an elegant mineral acidity lending the wine a bright, crisp note and with an abundant finish. Drinking well now.



About Jackson Estate Wines

In 1855 Adam Jackson bought his first blocks of land in the heart of the Marlborough region, along with what was to become known as Jacksons road. The infamous gum tree known as the ‘Grey ghost’ was planted shortly after in 1867 on the land now known as our Homestead vineyard.

Fast forward to 1990 and fifth generation Jackson, John Stichbury planted the first vines on the homestead block, with their first wines released in 1991 – Jackson estate wines were born. Proceeding to go from strength to strength, taking out the coveted Sauvignon Blanc trophy at the London International wine competition in 1993.

The Benton family bought Jackson estate in 2013 and in 2016 the Benton’s started building the pinot specific winery and cellar door that opened in 2017. This has ensured that we can refine and further develop our Pinot Noir program with award winning hand crafted wines that we can share on a world stage.

We now have a 250 tonne winery, compromising of over 52 small batch tanks, and a unique cellar door. Brian Massey (art director of the Hobbit trilogy) tasked with creating a concept for the building he brought the X factor with ‘collision architecture’. Based on the original 1850’s settlers huts with the juxtaposition of the burgundy coloured winery jutting out from the centre, walking inside into a contemporary and stylish tasting room.


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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.