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Sam Kim Wine Orbit 95 Points
Outstanding Cameron Douglas MS
99 Points
5 Stars Bob Campbell MW
Staff Pick
5 Stars

One of the great wines of NZ. Highly collectable!

  • Closure: Screw Cap
  • Unit: Each
  • Volume: 750ml
  • Alcohol: 14.0%
  • Grape: 100% Pinot Noir

Original price was: $108.99.Current price is: $94.99.

One of the great wines of NZ. Highly collectable!

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Matthew Jukes
"This stunning estate makes the most revered Pinot Noir in New Zealand."

Lisa Perotti-Brown MW
"…the long-serving, dedicated team behind Ata Rangi just go from strength to strength. Their Pinots have always been great and yet, even in a world where the Pinot benchmark gets higher every year, Ata Rangi is better than ever."

Yvonne Lorkin
"You’d be hard-pressed to find a list of ‘Best NZ Pinot Noir’ that does not feature Ata Rangi at the top of the list."

Winery notes (2021 Vintage)
"Early season frosts and cool weather during the flowering period resulted in low bunch numbers that were open and small berried. As a result, 2021 is a small yielding year in terms of quantity but concentrated and seamless in terms of weight and tannin. Weather conditions for the rest of season were kind and enabled us to harvest clean, impeccable fruit with ripe seeds and bright acid. Made from only our oldest pinot noir plantings on the Martinborough Terrace, this wine is the best of six small vineyards all within 500 m of our winery. The result is a complex, elegant wine, beautifully perfumed in the classic Ata Rangi style.

A full fragrant nose of juniper, rose petal, and plum meld with spice notes of cardamon and sumac. The palate concentration is exceptional, a hallmark of a small yielding year on the Martinborough Terrace. Buoyed by bright acidity and spice fragrance this is a very compelling release with finely coating tannins that extend the full length of the palate. The 2021 is an exciting wine to cellar as time will allow the more beguiling aromatic side to reveal itself to the full."

5 Stars & 99/100 Sam Kim, Wine Orbit, Mach 2024 (2021 Vintage)
"This is impeccably composed and seductively expressed, showing dark cherry, clove, thyme and cedar characters on the nose with a gorgeous floral overtone. The concentrated palate is plush yet poised and refined with fleshy texture and perfectly pitched tannins. The wine exhibits stunning depth with layers of delectable flavours and meticulously structured mouthfeel, leading to a totally captivating, sensual finish. At its best: 2026 to 2041."

97/100 Rebecca Gibb, Vinous (2021 Vintage)
"The 2021 PinotNoir definitely reflects vintage. Its good colour and abundance of gravelly tannins display the smaller berried, smaller vintage. Its bright fruit, intense concentration and plentiful acidity accompany primary red fruit flavour, with an impressive show of ample black tea leaf-like tannins. It’s a wine for the long haul that draws out to an extended finish. "

Rated Outstanding & 96/100 Cameron Douglas MS, March 2024 (2021 Vintage)
"Pristine, fresh, vibrant and youthful, aromas of Doris plums and dark cherry flesh, layers of red clay soil scents and a touch of iron add complexity and depth. The use of oak is judicious and well placed offering some spice and gentle smoky qualities. On the palate, taut textures from tannins and acid backbone deliver a firm palate squeeze, them as the wine begins to open out in glass, the flavours of red fruits and bramble, soft brown baking spices and lees complexities begin to unfold. A wine of energy and power, velvet tannins and saline lick on the finish. A wine for the cellar with best drinking likely from 2027 through 2037+."

5 Stars & 96/100 Stephen Wong MW, The Real Review (2021 Vintage)
"Deep crimson. A firm, upright nose with blackberry, violet minerality in a restricted but concentrated package. Not immediately exuberant but there is clearly a lot of innate power here. The palate is full-bodied, very structured from the start with both fruit and oak tannins giving texture and dimension to this impressively serious, mineral and very long wine. Very young currently (March 2024), it needs a few years to relax into itself but will be fantastic in time as the floral and blackberry flavours unfurl."

95/100 Erin Larkin, Wine Advocate (2021 Vintage)
"The 2021 Pinot Noir is vibrant on the nose and totally precise and focused. The acid spools right from the front of the palate and has a mobile, agile way about it. The season may have had its challenges, but the wine is effortless, natural and shapely. It’s great. The 40% whole bunch here sits well within the red fruit and creates a capacious mid-palate without an impact of stalky flavour. Superb. A real pleasure to drink. "


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In Te Reo Māori, Ata Rangi means “dawn sky” or “new beginning,” a name that honours the land and reflects the winery's dedication to its craft. This small, family-owned organic winery in Martinborough, Aotearoa-New Zealand, focuses on creating wines that embody the essence of their place. Founded by Clive Paton in 1980, Ata Rangi has grown from its humble beginnings on a stony sheep paddock. Clive’s sister Alison and his partner Phyll Pattie soon joined him, and today, Alison oversees operations while Helen Masters crafts the wines, supported by vineyard manager Ian Ewart.

Ata Rangi's winemaking philosophy is hands-off and traditional, emphasising the natural expression of their terroir. They aim for balance, using whole bunch fermentation and barrel ageing to enhance vineyard characteristics. Each vintage uniquely reflects its growing conditions, with cooler years bringing herbal notes and warmer seasons offering fuller fruit aromas. Their minimalist approach avoids cultured yeast, enzymes, and fining products, ensuring authentic wines with depth, texture, and ageing potential.
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