Reviews

2016 Ten Sisters Sauvignon Blanc

90 points: Roasted herb and saline notes add some complexity to the lush pear, peach and citrus flavors. Shows terrific intensity on the finish, where a hint of matcha green tea comes in.” —Wine Spectator

90 points— Wine Enthusiast

91 points and a gold medal —San Francisco International Wine Competition

2015 Ten Sisters Pinot Noir

91 points … Detailed, with succulent cherry, rhubarb and raspberry flavors that fan out into notes of green tea, dried lavender and fresh loam. Harmonious and expressive on the finish.” —Wine Spectator

Previous Reviews

“Ten Sisters Sauvignon Blanc is 10 times better than any Sauvignon Blanc I’ve tasted in its price point … I wouldn’t be surprised if you started hearing about Ten Sisters in the same breath as well-known, established labels such as Kim Crawford and Cloudy Bay … This is a very polished and refined wine with a long finish – everything is in balance.” — Lot18

“This may be one of the best value New Zealand Pinot Noirs I’ve ever tasted … One of those reds you could spend all day smelling, never mind sipping … Lots of ripe, red berry aromas leap from the glass, with just a touch of vanilla that’s kept in check.” — Lot18

“The extra time in the bottle has given this delightful single-vineyard sauvignon blanc time to flesh out and strut its stuff. That grassy character of New Zealand sauv is present but not aggressive,and the texture is downright silky.” — The Washington Post

“Poured in top DC restaurants” — DC magazine

“Without question belongs in the top tier of New Zealand sauvignon blancs. Could easily command a $30 price.” — Crush Winehouse

“This is our Number One Selling Sauvignon Blanc 4 years running! This single vineyard (that’s right single vineyard!) Sauvignon Blanc is much better than any Sauvignon Blanc I’ve tasted in its price point.” — Wine Cabinet

“Pairs wonderfully with a wide range of holiday dishes and is perfect to serve with appetizers at parties – A bargain” — Examiner.com