Wines by Dry River
Dry River Chardonnay
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Fruit Chardonnay
Regions Martinborough
  New Zealand
  Each $82.99
  $995.00
Available in cartons of six
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Dry River Craighall Riesling
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Fruit Riesling
Regions Martinborough
  New Zealand
  Each $66.99
  $803.00
Available in cartons of six
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Dry River Gewurztraminer
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Fruit Gewurtztraminer
Regions Martinborough
  New Zealand
  Each $66.99
  $803.00
Available in cartons of six
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Dry River Lovat Gewurztraminer
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Fruit Gewurztraminer
Regions Martinborough
  New Zealand
  Each $69.99
  $839.00
Available in cartons of six
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Dry River Lovat Syrah
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Fruit Shiraz
Regions Martinborough
  New Zealand
  Each $96.99
  $1163.00
Available in cartons of six
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Dry River Pinot Gris
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Fruit Pinot Grigio
Regions Martinborough
  New Zealand
  Each $82.99
  $995.00
Available in cartons of six
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Dry River Pinot Noir
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Fruit Pinot Noir
Regions Martinborough
  New Zealand
  Each $129.99
  $1559.00
Available in cartons of six
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Dry River Twelve Spies
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Fruit PinotNoir Tempranillo Syrah Viognier
Regions Martinborough
  New Zealand
  Each $77.99
  $935.00
Available in cartons of six
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More About Dry River Winery
Dry River have three decades of quality winemaking under their belt, producing individual, high quality wines which faithfully reflect the vintage and terroir
Dawn and Neil McCallum had been looking for a site for a quality vineyard as early as 1979 and it was clear that Martinborough was the place to investigate. According to friend and soil scientist Dr Derek Milne, a founding partner of Martinborough Vineyard, the virtue of this locality was its 30-year record of the lowest rainfall in the North Island and a heat summation appropriate for growing quality cool-climate varieties such as Pinot noir, Riesling and etc. The crescent-shaped area lay along the edge of the river terrace formed by the Ruamahunga and Huangarua rivers about 20,000 years ago. From the available data, the low rainfall area was limited to a tiny locality roughly 5 km in radius, and a study of soil maps revealed that the deep, free-draining gravels they sought within this were restricted to an even smaller part. Dry River»