Bright, light fruit textured with charred herbs and earthiness.
Fairly light in color and transparency. Bright and exuberant red and black cherries, some charred herbs, earth from a forest. Not unlike Beaujolais—dangerously easy to drink, and just as easy to pair. A red that can go with seafood.
Te Mata is the oldest winery in New Zealand (1896) and remains family owned.
- Region: New Zealand / Hawke's Bay