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Marisco Vineyards



Regular price $132.00 NZD
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Leefield Station has a mission of showcasing the best of Marlborough in one amazing property. Delicious grapes, well-kept sheep, cattle, and pigs – all alongside flourishing native bush sheltering productive beehives and teeming flora and fauna. It is nature co-existing perfectly – helping each other, in an amazing eco-system of its own.

Because we believe this is what modern farming looks like.

6 bottles

Tasting Note


A delicate floral aroma accompanied by wild berries and exotic pink guava notes. The elegant palate of strawberries and rose water are framed by a lovely fine-grained juicy acidity that sustains the wine to a lengthy and focused finish. 


Best enjoyed outdoors on a sunny afternoon, this Leefield Station Rosé 2023 couples
well with salmon and pineapple skewers cooked on the barbeque.


Crafted to enjoy while young and fresh, we recommend drinking this wine within 3 years of the vintage date.



Leefield Station, Waihopai Valley, Marlborough.


100% Pinot Noir.


Leefield Station Pinot Noir was machine harvested, fully de-stemmed and gently crushed prior to pressing. The juice was settled for 2 – 3 days, then racked clean to stainless tanks. This was followed by a slow, cool fermentation with select yeast strains chosen for their ability to capture and enhance aromatic intensity. Each batch then underwent a short period of lees maturation before individual tanks were blended and returned to tank allowing the various components to integrate.

  • Alcohol - 13.0%
  • pH - 3.52
  • Titratable Acidity - 6.8g/L
  • Residual Sugar - 2.3g/L
  • Vegan Certified



A warm and wet winter spurred an early start to the growing season with fully charged soil moistures and warm ambient temperatures in early spring. The few frosts through September and October did little to disrupt the healthy development of strong, lush canopies.

Flowering began with cooler temperatures and periodic bouts of rain in the early summer, with the weather improving as we headed towards Christmas: typical with respect to warmth, sunshine hours and rainfall. Late summer warmth in late February and March along with careful canopy management, delivered slowly ripened, disease free, incredibly clean fruit!

Harvest commenced in mid-March. Due to the long, cool ripening season, fruit was harvested significantly later than usual but retained all of its vibrancy of flavour and crisp, ripe acids.

The team are excited by the bright, flavour expressions and huge diversity of character coming through in the wines of the 2023 vintage.

Awards & Accolades

  • The Real Review: Bob Campbell 2023 - Top Value

"Pale pink rosé with a talcum powder texture and subtle floral, cherry and gentle spicy flavours supported by mouth-watering, tangy acidity that helps drive a pleasantly dry finish. Impressive purity. "

  • Cameron Douglas MS 2023

"Ripe, fruity and delicate, fresh and fruity with aromas of cherries and strawberries, some white and golden peach and a touch of tropical fruit punch scents. Youthful, vibrant and enticing. On the palate a crisp, dry wine with core fruit flavours that mirror the bouquet, a refreshing salivating palate texture and fine fruit tannins surrounded by fresh fruit and moments of spice and tropical fruit. Best drinking from day of purchase through end of summer 2026."

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