This little pig is from
way, way down south New Zealand's South Island.
Our first ever drop was a punchy, jaw-dropping 2010 Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc from the
somewhere you can't find easily on a map Squealing Pig Vineyard in the Awatere Valley. Since then, we've been making crazy good bold, fresh, fruit-driven wines made to be enjoyed young – ideally with some crackin' food, hip tunes and great people.
By 2012, so many people wanted a piece of the pig that we had to find more grapes to make even more wine. We didn't hesitate to go down to
that place famous for backcountry skiing Central Otago to find grapes that make rugged, extreme Pinot Noir and some pretty extraordinary Pinot Gris.
Now, we've invented the Brosé – the Central Otago
pink drink for dudes and dudettes Pinot Noir Rosé that's winning some pretty serious bling internationally. It's as dry as a bone super fresh with a touch of field strawberry and watermelon. Yummo.