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Destined for a long life, this majestic offering shows cassis, dark plum, hint of tobacco, cedar and floral aromas on the nose. The palate is packed with rich fruit intensity combined with layers of silky texture and complex flavours, wonderfully supported by perfectly pitched chalky tannins, making it sturdy and structured with a seemingly endless finish. Flawless and spellbinding. A blend of 59 cabernet sauvignon, 37% merlot & 4% cabernet franc. At its best: 2029 to 2049.
Made from 59% cabernet sauvignon with merlot and cabernet franc. Ripe, cassis and berry flavours with a seasoning of spice. This wine represents elegance on a grand scale and is on one of the best vintage I've tasted. It has plushness and power with great potential.
I’m really excited about the 2019 Coleraine – and you should be too. This stylish Cabernet-dominant blend offers precision and purity. A splash of Cabernet Franc brings a chic herbal twist to the sweet black currant fruit, which combines with mocha, mushrooms and festive spices on the long, elegant finish. There's just the right amount of padding, adding charm to this focused and concentrated blend. It has a rich tannic structure but it's in proportion with the wine, holding the mouth with resolved, finely extracted texture. Sophisticated stuff.
Te Mata Estate is one of New Zealand's most highly regarded wineries, known for producing some of the country's most iconic and sought-after wines. Originally established by English migrant John Chambers in 1854 but it wasn’t until 1892 that the winery started to take off. After returning on a trip from France, third son Bernard had the idea to plant vineyards on the north-facing hills around Havelock North mimicking those of the Medoc. With over 100 years of winemaking under their best belt which is rare for a young winemaking country like New Zealand, the great Robert Parker has called Te Mata “New Zealand’s greatest winery” whilst Decanter has called it “New Zealand's first growth”. "Te Mata is the maker of Coleraine, New Zealand's closest thing to a Bordeaux classed growth, which can age well for two decades and more" highlights Rebecca Gibb MW (Vinous).
The flagship wine of Te Mata Estate is the Coleraine, a Bordeaux-style blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Cabernet Franc. This wine is widely regarded as one of New Zealand's finest red wines, and is known for its depth, complexity, and elegance. The Coleraine is a true expression of the Hawkes Bay terroir and is a testament to Te Mata's commitment to quality and excellence. James Suckling has previously called the wine “New Zealand’s Sassicaia”. The winery has been on a good roll of vintages with the 2019 and 2020 receiving 100 points.