Lake Chalice ‘The Falcon’ Pinot Gris 2022 (6 Bottles) Marlborough

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Indulge in one of those vibrant summer stone fruit pastries in the cabinet. The first bite, surprisingly, isn’t sweet. Instead, it’s simple and clean, a delicate balance of acidity with a cream-like texture in the mouth. It’s full of fresh-cut peaches, oranges, a little spice and with a slight sweetness to finish.

You can’t help but take another bite just to make sure you got it all. Maybe one more. Do you feel like kissing the baker? That’s what you can expect from this easy-to-drink, Marlborough Pinot Gris.



About Lake Chalice Wines

Lake Chalice Wines is one of the few remaining privately and locally owned wine companies in New Zealand. Proudly owned by the Ibbotson family and located in the country’s premier wine-growing region Marlborough the winery prides itself in exceptional quality from grape to glass.

To ensure the diverse microclimates and terroir of the Marlborough valley are translated into all of our wines, winemaker Chloe Gabrielsen takes a boutique approach, independently fermenting unique parcels of fruit from single vineyards. This combined with the biodiversity of our three unique vineyard sites, is the formula that retains the quality and reputation of Lake Chalice Wines globally.

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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.