2013 Dry Riesling

Tupari Dry Riesling, Marlborough, NZ

$156.00 per case (6 x 750ml)

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Winemaker Description

A finely textured wine with rich flavours and complexity and a crisp dry finish.

The Naked Truth

‘Dry’ means citrusy, crisp and refreshing. Think ‘zing’! Imagine a meal you would squeeze lemon over and instead open the Dry Riesling.

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  • Silver - 2013 International Wine & Spirit Competition (IWSC)
  • Silver - 2013 New Zealand International Wine Show 2013
  • Bronze - 2013 Decanter Asia Wine Awards
  • Bronze - 2013 Air New Zealand Wine Awards
A definitive food wine and ideal companion for freshly shucked oysters, tempura or grilled fish.

Try with:

  • Grilled fish
  • Tempura
  • Freshly shucked oysters
  • Spiced chicken dishes
  • Roast pork belly
  • Seared scallops
  • Seafood cocktail (prawns)
  • Smoked salmon
  • Shell on prawns
  • Crab cakes
  • Sushi and Sashimi
  • Pad Thai
  • Good ole fish and chips

Cheesy match:

  • Goats cheese
  • Chevre
  • Young, firm camembert and brie

Helpful tip

Riesling is one of the most versatile grapes and therefore a favourite for winemakers. However, the different styles make it very difficult for the customer. Our Riesling is not sweet and syrupy, it is dry – which on our case means crisp, citrusy and refreshing. We encourage you to give it a try and if you are not already, you might just become a Riesling fan!
4 Stars - Winestate Magazine, July/August 2013

"Scented, medium-bodied style with strong, citrusy, slightly spicy flavours, very good freshness and drive through the palate and a crisp, long finish."

WineState Review 2015 Marlborough Tastings – 4 Stars ****

Toasty, bottle-aged style from the Awatere Valley, with crisp, dryish, lemon/lime flavours, showing good complexity


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