(2020) Though part of the Doctors' low-alcohol range, this is farmed conventionally - it's the unconverted 30-odd grammes of residual sugar that give the 9% alcohol and lovely balance. A portion from clay in Brancott, the rest from Wairau greywacke stones. Lovely floral notes, ringer for Mosel Riesling, with delicious fruit and a sherbetty brightness and pure apple acidity, a touch of phenolic grip just in on the edges.
(2020) A blend of Marlborough and Waipara fruit. Elegant, floral and delicate, with peachy, blossom and lime. The palate has a delightful clarity and peach fruit lightness and sweetness, no terpene character, but a little phenolic grip in the finish sits beautifully against a fair amount of residual sugar. No UK retail stockist listed at time of review.