MARLBOROUGH is located at the top of New Zealand’s South Island and is the country’s leading wine producing region.
During the growing season, Marlborough’s climate is typified by moderate daily temperatures and cool nights allowing the fruit to mature very slowly, concentrating flavours whilst retaining good natural acidity. The climate lends itself well to the growing of lighter styles of wine such as Pinot Noir, Gewürztraminer and sparkling blends. However, the most prominent variety in
Marlborough is its world famous Sauvignon Blanc which is made in a style totally unique to this region.
The STONEBURN vineyards are situated in the heart of the Wairau Valley in Marlborough on a stony riverbed site.
Founded in 1989, Stoneburn has gone from strength to strength focusing on producing quality wines at an affordable price for every day drinking.
The Stoneburn wines are fresh, lively, well balanced and sealed with a Stelvin closure to preserve their full character.
It is recommended to drink within 2-3 years from bottling to ensure that the wines are enjoyed at their best.