Wooing Tree Pinot Noir 2012 wins Gold at International Wine Challenge in the UK.
Charles Metcalfe, Co-Chairman of the IWC commented:
“For the first time, New Zealand has scooped more Gold medals for Pinot Noirs than the traditional masters of the grape in Burgundy, which is a fantastic result for the country’s relatively young wine industry. New Zealand Sauvignon Blancs continue to be as good as ever, and it is great to see Kiwi winemakers creating tremendous wines from more unusual grape varietals. New Zealand winemakers have proven that they are capable of much more than just creating good Sauvignons and Pinot Noirs. Kiwi wines are getting better and better.”