Dog Point Chardonnay, Marlborough

New Zealand | 2020

£24.50 a bottle

Dog Point Chardonnay has pronounced notes of gunflint and struck match on the nose which are followed on the palate by ripe citrus and stone fruit flavours. Focused, with a fine core of acidity and an almost crystalline purity on the mid-palate, giving way to a nutty, spicy finish.

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The grapes come from vines planted on silty-clay loam soils, with some gravel interspered. The vines are 78% Mendoza clone and 22% Clone95 with an average age of 27 and are cropped at around 6 tons-per-hectare. All harvesting is carried out by hand.


The Dog Point vineyard was first planted in 1979 by Ivan and Margaret Sutherland when Marlborough was a long way from being the household name amongst wine drinkers that it is today. The 2002 vintage was the first wines made under the Dog Point name and were released in 2004, quickly winning global acclaim. Dog Point’s icon status has been maintained through a meticulous approach in both the vineyard and the winery, now the responsibility of the next generation. The Dog Point vineyards are all organic.

Grape Variety

100% Chardonnay

Alcohol Percentage


In the Press

James Suckling – 94 Pts

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Country of Origin

Grape Variety


Vegetarian, Vegan, Organic




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