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Established in 2000 in the Nukuhou North Valley, 30km south of Whakatane in the Eastern Bay of Plenty, this boutique winery is driven by a passion for making fruit wines.
Enjoy the wine early for it's finest character.
Produced and bottled at Celestial Winery, 44 Bells Rd, Nukuhou North Bay of Plenty 3196, New Zealand
This wine is absolutely scrumptious! I was quite reserved about trying this wine since I don't like eating passionfruit, as the fruit has a lot of seeds, it's always put me off ever since childhood.
This wine has an explosive smell of passionfruit, and it made me want to just drink drink drink. It also smells quite sweet, but the passionfruit smell over rides the sweetness.
This wine has a very small hint of acidity but is so minimal that you don't even taste it. It tastes quite sweet, but the sweetness isn't overpowering.
This is definately on my 'to buy more of' list.
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This crisp dry wine has a delicate feijoa bouquet with a clean refreshing finish. Serve well chilled. We create our wine amongst the orchards and forests of Lothlorien which is nestled in subtropical Ahuroa Valley, where we have been growing organically since 1971.
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