De La Terre Reserve Tannat - Wineseeker
$45.00

De La Terre Reserve Tannat

Artisan producer and wine from the Hawkes Bay. 

Tannat originates from the Madiran region in the south west of France and very few vineyards in New Zealand have taken the plunge.   De La Terre produces small quantities of very high quality wines.

Region
  • New Zealand
  • New Zealand - Hawkes Bay
Style
  • Red Wine
  • Vegan Friendly
Varietal
  • Other Red

Shipping Options / Costs

Free shipping for orders over $150, otherwise

Shipping Option Per Box  Cost
Pick up in store All Free
Ship to: Local Wellington Region (*) All Free(**)
Ship to: Rest of New Zealand Up to 12 bottles $6.00
Ship to: Rural Deliveries Up to 12 bottles Add + $4.50
Ship to: Waiheke Island Up to 12 bottles Add + $12.00
(*) Local Wellington includes Wellington City, Hutt City and Porirua City. 
(**) Normally $2.50 - free as we all are dealing with the COVID crisis

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The colour of the wine is a rich and vibrant hue of real intensity.
The nose has a totally unique fruit profile of blackberry/blueberry notes and an underlying earthiness with hints of fountain-pen ink and a seam of French oak. At present, the wine displays a youthful vibrancy – our experience is that with bottle age, the primary fruit gives way to earthiness and increased complexity.
There is a burst of black cherry fruit with a fresh lively mid-palate. The winemaking was directed towards softening the tannins to create mid-palate ‘flesh’ – tannins support rather than dominate the palate here. Acid has been managed to enhance the wines vibrancy and fruit.
This huge wine will work well with a wide range of red meat dishes. We expect it to last a very long time – 10+ years.
Approximately 30% new French oak, un-fined and unfiltered. Estate bottled, hand-labelled and individually hand-numbered.

Winemaker Notes

The colour of the wine is a rich and vibrant hue of real intensity.
The nose has a totally unique fruit profile of blackberry/blueberry notes and an underlying earthiness with hints of fountain-pen ink and a seam of French oak. At present, the wine displays a youthful vibrancy – our experience is that with bottle age, the primary fruit gives way to earthiness and increased complexity.
There is a burst of black cherry fruit with a fresh lively mid-palate. The winemaking was directed towards softening the tannins to create mid-palate ‘flesh’ – tannins support rather than dominate the palate here. Acid has been managed to enhance the wines vibrancy and fruit.
This huge wine will work well with a wide range of red meat dishes. We expect it to last a very long time – 10+ years.
Approximately 30% new French oak, un-fined and unfiltered. Estate bottled, hand-labelled and individually hand-numbered.