This is the best Pinot Gris I have tasted in many years, possibly ever, and it comes from Nelson winemaker Michael Glover of Mahana Estate. It’s not your typical Gris, either, but is clean, fresh, light in body but fascinatingly tasty thanks to its grapes being given four days of skin contact prior to fermentation. This gives the wine its pale copper colour and its almost savoury flavours, which are balanced by fruit notes of dried apple and red apple. It’s anything but a typical Pinot Gris and even has slightly higher acidity than most. Michael Glover has worked hard to make a wine that allows Gris to shine. What a winner. Love this wine. Joelle Thomson – drinksbiz – October November 2017.