A Taste of Churton Terroir – Marlborough, New Zealand

Sam Weaver loves compost - Photo by Bob Campbell MW - www.bobcampbell.co.nz

Churton Estate is one of the Wandering Palate’s favourite New Zealand wineries and represents a more holistic, artisan side of Marlborough amongst the hordes… I wanted to share their current newsletter which has an excellent article from Bob Campbell MW and some wholesome observations from proprietor and vigneron, Sam Weaver    http://www.churtonwines.co.nz/news/spring-newsletter-2012/

Further reading on Churton Estate http://www.thewanderingpalate.com/must-have-wines/churton-biodynamic-viticulture-in-marlborough-new-zealand/



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