Grown at Dillons Point and Rapaura, in the Wairau Valley, this is fine value. The bouquet is fresh, aromatic and limey; the palate lively, juicy and well balanced, with ripely herbaceous flavours, threaded with tangy acidity.
Tuk Tuk is Christchurch's first Thai Street Food Restaurant. It's hip, happening, casual dining and takeaways with a difference, bringing the flavours from the streets of Bangkok right to your door. Tuk Tuk have now listed our Chardonnay and Pinot Noir!
Rain Forest Retreat and Big Foot Bar in Franz Joseph have both now listed our Pinot Noir.
Both premises are located in the Franz Josef Glacier village, in the heart of New Zealand's Glacier Country, part of the Te Wahipounamu World Heritage Area.
Our 2015 Supper Club Pinot Noir has now been released. Brooding blackberry aromatics with spice and red currant fruit notes. Followed by a soft elegantly textured wine showing lovely tension, depth and persistence.
Delighted to have St Andrews College, Christchurch listing the Super Club Pinot Noir at the Black and Bling ball!
Supper Club Wines are delighted to confirm Mt Hutt will be listing all our wines for the 2016 season. Bring it on!
Think back to a time when prohibition ruled over America. Dark times for some. For others, a time of opportunity and prosperity. One who seized the moment was Mr Hugo A Chile.
Hugo was born 27 June, 1905. He was only 15 when the prohibition came into effect, about the time he was taking over his fathers mini-home distillery. Originally learning his craft to support the now fatherless family, Hugo created unthinkable profits by running rum to LA. Back then this journey would take 9 weeks each way, but after the third journey he was able to buy a lorry. After the fifth run he had his distribution network established.
He never looked back.
When you enter Casa Publica, you’re entering Hugo’s world. Come, sit and savour the taste, the obsessions, and the lifestyle of a man whose time begged the bending of rules, a little ruthlessness, a lot of rum, and an insatiable obsession for women’s shoes and now Supper Club Wines!
Mount Olympus Ski Area, dubbed "playground of the gods", is a club skifield in Craigieburn Range, on New Zealand's South Island. Near the town of Windwhistle, and in the vicinity of other club fields such as Mount Cheeseman and Broken River. The skifield is run by the Windwhistle Ski Club. Ranging in elevation from 1430m to 1880m, the terrain distribution is 10% beginner, 55% intermediate and 35% advanced. There are four rope tows, and with a bit of walking, 60 hectares of terrain is available. More info
Cool summer temperatures in early December affected Sauvignon blanc flowering, resulting in reduced fruit set for this variety, however the other key varieties were largely unaffected. The reduced crop levels, coupled with warm dry summer conditions, resulted in very even ripening and exceptional flavour concentration. Harvesting began in the last week of March, with the hot dry autumn weather ensuring all grapes were harvested by the second week of April. The dry settled autumn weather allowed the harvest could progress without interruption, producing some of the most concentrated and exciting wines of recent vintages.
This 2015 Supper Club Sauvignon Blanc is vibrant and fruit driven with intense gooseberry aromas supported by hints of blackcurrant. On the palate citrus and lime flavours are married with complex stone fruit qualities. These classical Marlborough flavours are concentrated and intense, matched with fine acidity making a wine with great balance and length.
Winemaker: Nick Entwistle