New Zealand’s gravelly greatness

Gimblett Gravels is renowned for being the first fully and solely terroir and soil-defined wine region outside the old world

23rd April, 2017
New Zealand’s Gimblett Gravels: the gravels offer enough stress to concentrate the vine’s attention on great grapes; and grapes from the gravels

Warren Gibson is the chief winemaker for Trinity Hill. Along with co-founder (and legendary winemaker in his own right) John Handcock, he has been at the forefront of a revolution in New World and specifically New Zealand winemaking.

Together with wine estates such as Craggy Range and Villa Maria, Trinity Hill has put a region called the Gimblett Gravels on the global fine wine map.

Gimblett Gravels is renowned for being the first fully and...

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