Mohua is less than 15 years old, but has quickly proven themselves to be one of New Zealand’s most exciting producers. Armed with a number of generational winemakers, they work exclusively in NZ’s top two regions, making their Sauv Blanc in Marlborough and Pinot Noir in Central Otago. Amazingly, Mohua has never had a vintage where their Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc has failed to register a 90-point score.
That streak certainly wasn’t broken in 2021, inversely, they actually received one of their highest scores to date, a 92-point review from Europe’s most famous and stingiest wine reviewers, Decanter who deemed their wine “classically styled” with a “finely rounded texture”.
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92 Points, Decanter
“Focused nose of pink grapefruit with notes of lemon and lay- ers of flowers and fresh herbs. Classically styled, finely rounded texture.”