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94 Points
  • Closure: Cork
  • Unit: Each
  • Volume: 750ml
  • Alcohol: 12.5%
  • Grape: 100% Pinot Noir
  • Natural: Vegan Friendly

Original price was: $50.99.Current price is: $43.99.

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Winery notes (2023 Vintage)
"Introducing our first ever sparkling wine. This sparkling cuvée was conceived in the late hours of the cool, tempestuous 2023 season. A parcel of Pinot Noir that did not want to sit through another rain shower! We picked at low brix, and a fresh high acid, perfect for making a vibrant and uplifting bubbles. This was about moving and responding to the season and making something we are proud of and love drinking!

Hand-picked Pinot Noir was whole bunch pressed; the juice was fermented in neutral oak on full lees and aged for 11 months. The second fermentation which produces the bubbles was done in a pressurised tank, this method is known as Charmat method and was invented and patented in 1895 by an Italian named Federico Martinotti, a winemaker in Asti. This method is how Prosecco and many sparkling wines around the world are made and now, for this iteration, at Ata Rangi too.

Hues of peach and salmon in the glass, the nose opens to wonderful delicate aromas of peach, baked apple and fresh raspberry notes. The scrumptious palate of wild strawberry and cream is augmented by the fine mousse releasing shortbread flavours that leads to a refreshing, refined and salivating finish. Delicious and dry."

94/100 Stephen Wong MW, The Real Review, May 2024 (2023 Vintage)
"Very pale peach/pink colour. A gentle mousse with light, creamy bubbles. This is a lower-pressure sparkling wine. Pretty on the nose with intricate but subtle layers of whipped cream, rosemary and floral with a hint of rosehip and some mocha.

Very delicate and light in texture, the dry palate shows floral complexity, orange peel and late savoury-tinted fruit flavours of peach and watermelon. The fresh, tingly acidity finishes both savoury and saline, supported by just a touch of tannin. Although first impressions suggest a frank and fruit-driven, light wine, the finish tells an entirely different story. It builds surprisingly seriously across the back, letting the dry mineral and rosemary perfumes rise to meet the acidity, texture and bubbles on an axis of elegance."

92+/100 Cameron Douglas MS, March 2024 (2023 Vintage)
"A pale salmon-orange-hued, very bright appearance with a fine persistent bead. Aromas and flavours of a fine lees autolysis, a whisper of white miso and white bread then peach and tangelo, then white flesh nectarine. There’s a very-fine to fine bubble carrying a mineral clay-earthy core. A plush and refreshing mousse texture with a back bone of acidity then flavours of peach and light yellow plum. Balanced, refreshing and ready to drink from day of purchase through 2027."

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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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