Ata Rangi 'Celebre'
Sam Kim | Wine OrbitA beautifully styled red, the bouquet shows pristine aromas of dark plum, blueberry and floral with subtly infused cigar box complexity. The palate delivers excellent concentration and focus, beautifully enhanced by silky texture and rounded mouthfeel. The wine shows superb harmony and balance, and the abundance of fine, chalky tannins provides classic frame and structure to this stylish wine. It is dangerously drinkable already but promises to evolve magnificently to show greater complexity. A blend of 55% merlot, 35% syrah and 10% cabernet sauvignon. At its best: 2017 to 2025.
Bob CampbellMerlot (55%), Syrah (35%) and Cabernet Sauvignon. Robust yet elegant red wine with dark berry fruits, violet, cedar and spice flavours. A firm backbone of fine tannins offers structure and longevity without being too much of a barrier at this early stage. The best Celebre I can recall tasting. Drink 2015-2023.
Yvonne LorkinMartinborough is a region more famous for pinot noir than bold blends of merlot, syrah and cabernet sauvignon. But if anyone's going to do it, Helen Masters and her Ata Rangi team can. This Rhone-meets-Bordeaux blend was fiirst made back in 1986 and it's been a hit ever since. Ruby-coloured, it shows earthy, meaty aromas, where leather and pepper merge with prune, blueberry, blackcurrant and leafy, dried-herb characters in the mouth. It's firm and concentrated yet bright and incredibly fresh to drink.
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