The Crossings Facts

The Crossings
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Located in New Zealand’s Awatere Valley, a sub appellation of Marlborough, on the northern tip of the South Island.

The Awatere Valley has a slightly cooler climate than Marlborough’s Wairau Valley, with a longer growing season.

  • Intense fruit flavors, excellent varietal character, fine minerality, balanced with brilliant acidity.

The Crossings is 100% sustainable and an accredited member of Sustainable Winegrowing of New Zealand.

The Crossings is a 353 acre Estate vineyard property with three different vineyards.

  • Medway (est. 1996), Brackenfield (est. 1998), and Willow Flat (est. 2001).

Three wines are produced – Sauvignon Blanc, Single Vineyard Unoaked Chardonnay, and Pinot Noir.

All of The Crossings wines are bottled under screwcap.

Only French oak is used in the barrel program at The Crossings.

The Crossings is named after the place where early European settlers first crossed the fast flowing Awatere River.

A state-of-the-art winery was completed in 2007.


Origin
New Zealand
Appellation
Marlborough’s Awatere Valley
Year Founded
2001
Winemaker
Jeff Fyfe


With The Deutsch Family
Since inception in 2001
Sustainable Agriculture practiced
Yes.
Key Selling Point
Intense Varietal Character with a Delicate Footprint
Tagline
Awatere Valley, Marlborough Dialed Up!

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