Inspired by the neighbouring Pacific Islands, this wine range compliments the abundance of fresh fruit and fish the islands are famous for. The label features a Nikau Palm which is endemic to New Zealand.Enquire Now
Nikau Point Gold Méthode Traditionnelle combines the grape varieties of Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay. Disgorged after at least 12 months on lees this wine is delicious, refreshing, crisp. The palate is racy and lively, exhibiting classic New Zealand flavours that hit all the desired notes. Slightly sweet, finely balanced finish.
“This pale-straw wine is crisp and fractionally sweet, with a touch of complexity and plenty of citrusy, peachy, gently yeasty flavour.”
“Slightly toasty on the nose, this wine is elegant and floral with a touch of herbs. The palate is lively yet richly textured, juicy and refreshing; has citrusy fruit and good, balanced acidity.”
Wine NZ Magazine
“Made from the classic Champagne grapes, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier, this appealing wine shows fragrant aromas of citrus, stone fruit and gentle yeast. The palate is well expressed with a juicy mouthfeel and a lingering crisp finish.”
Sam Kim, Wine Orbit