Liquor.com features the 2017 Dog Point Vineyard Chardonnay in it’s recent round-up of non-sauvignon blanc wines to try from New Zealand. The publication reports that, while sauvignon blanc accounts for almost 73% of the countries’ wine production, the Burgundian duo of pinot noir and chardonnay has begun to develop a stronghold.
The 2017 Dog Point Vineyard Chardonnay is recommended and receives a rave review: “Farmed organically and aged in barrels, this chardonnay is distinctly savory, with notes of toasted nuts and flint alongside green apple and lemon. Though it’s rich and complex on the palate, mouthwatering acidity lifts and lingers through the finish.”
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Dog Point Vineyard
Several influential voices in the wine industry believe that in time Chardonnay may prove New Zealand’s single highest achievement. All three of the Dog Point wines fermented in barrel are small in production, but the Chardonnay is the smallest, and at times indeed the most dazzling.
Marlborough, New Zealand
Almost since its inception, Dog Point has been recognized as among the very top (arguably the very top) wine producers in New Zealand. Their two very different Sauvignon Blancs, their Pinot Noir, and their Chardonnay are all wines of astounding quality and complexity not just in the context of New Zealand wines, but globally.