Lawson’s Dry Hills Pink Pinot

New Zealand | 2019

£11.95 £9.95 a bottle

The Lawson’s Dry Hills Pink Pinot is mouth-watering, with lifted aromas of ripe strawberries with lovely floral notes. The palate is ripe, juicy, fruity and dry. This is an immensely drinkable wine with plenty of character and depth.

Spiritually, the mandala pattern is said to help transform ordinary minds into enlightened ones, while the shape symbolises balance and perfection. Pink represents compassion and glamour while silver is said to restore balance. Enjoy this deliciously fruity yet dry Pinot Noir Rosé with great friends, delicious eats and inspiring conversation.

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The grapes for this wine are grown at Lawson’s Dry Hills coastal Chaytors Road vineyard at the Wairau Diversion, harvested in early March.


The original company vineyard was planted in 1982 by Ross and Barbara Lawson, who launched the Lawson’s Dry Hills label some ten years later, in 1992. Today, the company’s wines include Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling, Chardonnay, Pinot Gris, Pinot Noir, all made from fruit grown in the Wairau, Waihopai, Omaka and Awatere Valleys. These different regions and carefully selected vineyard sites provide varying characteristics derived from the different soils and microclimates, giving many options when it comes to blending to that much-anticipated Lawson’s style.

The dedicated bunch of people that make up the small team at Lawson’s Dry Hills are very ‘hands on’, living and breathing every part of the viticultural and winemaking process.

Grape Variety

100% Pinot Noir.

The grapes were pressed immediately, settled overnight and then fermented with a special yeast for Rosé from Provence. This yeast specifically highlights the natural berry fruit characters, contributing to the amazing aromas and flavours that make this wine so attractive.

Food Match

Mixed platters, cured meats, olives, young cheeses, spicy dishes – pretty much anything and everything!

Suitable for vegetarians & vegans.

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Food Pairing

Asian Food, Cured Meat, Hard & Mature Cheese, Salads