Characters from the location, natural yeast ferments and also some barrel aging give this Pinot Gris complexity and depth. The palate has an elegant structure with a creamy, textural mid-palate and a long finish.
Mahi, meaning ‘our work, our craft’, began in 2001, fulfilling a dream.
The Mahi symbol represents the strength, life and growth of the native New Zealand frond (fern), with the understanding that wine should never be rushed to bottle, respecting its ability to evolve naturally over time.
The primary emphasis for all of Mahi's wines is the texture and aiming for wines that give a real palate satisfaction. With a strong focus on single-vineyard wines, and now backed up by a series of premium regional wines from Marlborough, the idea behind Mahi is to respect and promote the individuality of the various vineyards.