Hans Herzog Pinot Gris Marlborough 2018
  • Pinot Gris
  • Dry
  • Residual Sugar: 1 g/l
  • Medium Bodied
  • 750ml
  • 13.5% alc./vol

Hans Herzog Pinot Gris Marlborough 2018

Marlborough, New Zealand
Regular price $49.95per bottle ($299.70per case)
6 bottles per case

Opulent & Textured

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Hans Herzog is a unique story – A man that is a true vigneron and in sole control of the winemaking and viticulture of so many different grape varieties within his 11.5 hectare vineyard. A rare individual who lives and breathes his estate, releasing only the highest quality wines, which are 100% handcrafted from his own vines.

His is a true artisan wine estate where a holistic approach to farming is not just a phrase but a way of life. Absolutely everything is done by Hans himself with the help of equally passionate people including his wife, confidante and collaborator Therese, who supports him in his relentless drive for quality and perfection.


From one of New Zealand’s pioneers of Pinot Gris. Stunning opulent aromas of apricots and rock melon. Vivaciously mouth-filling with invigorating fruit driving through the forefront, wonderfully sweet fruit from physiological ripeness, but a crisp balanced finish with added texture. A beautiful long honeyed finish for a dry Pinot Gris with no residual sugar.

Enjoy with seared or grilled fish and simple oven-roasted chicken or change it up and try with pan seared black cod with a lemon pepper aioli. 

Press Reviews

The Real Review

90 points

Hand-picked grapes were allowed to macerate on their skins before a long fermentation using endemic yeasts. The result is a deep, golden pinot gris with intense dried apricot, pear and spice flavours plus a subtle floral (honeysuckle?) influence.