PASK DECLARATION CHARDONNAY 2012
Declared N.Z’s Best White Wine at the International Wine Challenge 2014
Pask Declaration Chardonnay 2012 has received three Trophies at the prestigious International Wine Challenge in London.
The wine crafted by Kate Radburnd, has received trophies for the top Hawke’s Bay Chardonnay, the top New Zealand Chardonnay and the top New Zealand White Wine over all categories following on from its Gold Medal win.
The wine is now short listed as a contender for the Champion White Wine Trophy to be announced in mid-July.
The International Wine Challenge is now in its 31st year and scores up to 10,000 wines from nearly 35 countries. The IWC is accepted as the World’s finest and most meticulously judged wine competition.
The Declaration Chardonnay releases have consistently received Gold Medal awards since first being introduced in 1991.
The Declaration Chardonnay 2009 achieved a Regional Trophy and was voted the “best of the best in New Zealand” at the equally prestigious Decanter World Wine Awards 2012 in London.
Pask Managing Director and Winemaker Kate Radburnd said, “The award was a recognition of the development of Chardonnay in New Zealand”.
Kate added, “Chardonnay is such a versatile and expressive variety, we love working with it here at Pask; it consistently produces an elegant and diverse cool climate wine”.
Pask is a proudly New Zealand owned winery specializing in crafted cool climate wines.