Reviews

Bald Hills Last Light Central Otago Riesling, 2009 – Review

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Come in and try our Central Otago Riesling

Bald Hills Last Light Central Otago Riesling, 2009 Rieslings are so under-rated in New Zealand and we cannot help but feel it was because of those “flabby” overly sweet Rieslings favoured by importers and inflicted on a new wine-drinking public who thought that was what they were supposed to be like. As a result one… Read more »

International Wine Challenge 2013

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Bald HIlls Central Otago Single Vineyard Pinot Noir 2011 – Commended The International Wine Challenge is conducted annually in London and attracts thousands of entries from around the globe. IWC is regarded as ‘the world’s biggest and most influential wine competition.’ Bald Hills entered their 2011 Single Vineyard Pinot Noir, made as is always the… Read more »

Raymond Chan Wine Review – Bald Hills Single Vineyard Bannockburn Central Otago Pinot Noir 2011

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We recently had the wonderful Raymond Chan review a selection of your wines. Raymond has some great points to make about each of our wine’s scoring each individually. Raymond is a highly respected wine advisor in the New Zealand wine scene with over two decades of wine judging, retailing and writing experience. Here is what he had… Read more »

Raymond Chan Wine Review – Bald Hills 3 Acres Bannockburn Central Otago Pinot Noir 2012

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We recently had the wonderful Raymond Chan review a selection of your wines. Raymond has some great points to make about each of our wine’s scoring each individually. Raymond is a highly respected wine advisor in the New Zealand wine scene with over two decades of wine judging, retailing and writing experience. Here is what he had… Read more »

Winestate Recent Releases Wine Review

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Wine Review We sent in our newly released Bannockburn Central Otago Pinot Noir’s – both the “second label” 3 Acres and the “first label” Single Vineyard, to Winestate for their recent tasting.  While just released they were also just bottled, in fact in March of this year, after spending about 11 months in French oak… Read more »