Trophy for Best Red Table Wine of Competition -Sydney Wine Competition 2017!
Trophy for Best Pinot Noir of Competition -  Sydney Wine Competition 2017!
Blue Gold, Top 100 Award -  Sydney Wine Competition 2017!
Winestate Magazine 5 Stars!
Deep purple with purple hues. This wine has fragrant violet, spice, smoky oak char, red cherry and a hint of dried herb on the nose. The palate is sweet concentrated black cherry and plum. There is plenty of spice coming through the mid palate along with leather and a hint of tobacco. Complex with ample silky fine tannins. The finish is very long with a sweet red berry flourish.
Lowburn Ferry is a small, family-owned winery with our vineyards in a sheltered north facing terrace in the Lowburn Valley beneath the Pisa Range in Central Otago. These vineyards started out as glacial terraces and prior to 2000 were in pasture. They now provide healthy soils and are part of a unique terroir ideal for the production of some of New Zealand’s finest Pinot Noir. Lowburn Ferry is named after the area surrounding an historic ferry crossing over the Clutha River. Owners Roger and Jean Gibson have an academic background in soil science and horticulture, and are totally focussed on producing the best pinot noir wine from their special site in the Lowburn Valley – ‘great wines are made in the vineyard.’