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Mahi tasting at The Lounge

Join us at The Lounge as Owner & Winemaker Brian takes us through an amazing selection of Mahi Wines paired with Chef Kylie Bradley’s exquisite cuisine. Designated parking is available at 111 & 115 Vincent St. Please refrain from parking in front of the Vincent Street Shops Tickets are available at or call (09) 535-1397 to book direct.

Mahi is awarded The Real Review Certificate of Excellence

We are so pleased and humbled to announce that Mahi has been awarded The Real Review Certificate of Excellence from Bob Campbell MW and selected as one of the Top Wineries in New Zealand for 2019. This Certificate of Excellence has been running for two years now and “is awarded to a select group of wineries that consistently produce excellent wine”. This is the second year that Mahi has received this and we couldn’t be more proud!

Reviews on our 2016 Marlborough Chardonnay

Raymond Chan18.0/20   4 StarsBright, light golden-yellow colour with some depth, a little pale-edged.  The nose is softly packed with deep, rounded aromas of savoury white and yellow stonefruits along with subtle citrus fruit notes melded harmoniously with a layer of creamy barrel-ferment and nutty oak, unfolding smoke and mouthwatering mineral detail.  Medium-bodied, the palate is elegantly proportioned with a softly concentrated core of integrated flavours of stonefruits, citrus fruits, and creamy, nutty oak.  The mouthfeel is rounded and smooth-flowing,with balanced, refreshing, background acidity. This has good linearity and the wine carries to a taut, lingering finish.  This is an elegant and softly concentrated Chardonnay with flavours of stonefruits integrated with nutty oak on a balanced, refreshing palate.  Match with seafood, poultry and pork over the next 4 years.  Fruit from four vineyards: the ‘Cook’vineyard, the ‘Taylor’ in Rapaura, the ‘Twin Valleys’ and a small portion of clone 166 from the ‘Mahi’ home block, hand-picked and WBP, fully indigenous yeast fermented with high solids to 13.5% alc., the wine aged 11 months on lees in 8% French oak with 40% MLF.  18.0/20 …


First thoughts on our 2016 Boundary Farm Sauvignon Blanc

Cameron Douglas90 PointsThe bouquet suggests a wine that has just enough bottle-development and complexity and now ready to enjoy. Aromas and flavours of red apple and lemon, grapefruit and spice. A mix of wild flowers and crushed rock mineral layers add complexity. There’s also tension on the palate with a fine phenolic grip accentuated by acidity. Overall balanced and lengthy finish.Drink now and through 2021. Raymond Chan18.5+/20   5 StarsBright straw-yellow colour with green-gold hues, a little lighter on the rim.  The nose is finely concentrated with a firm and well-packed core with an amalgam of white and green stonefruits and subtle notes of dark and fresh herbs, along with integrated flinty and minerally reductive complexities.  Piquant greengage and nectarine nuances emerge with aeration.  Dry to taste and medium-full bodied, the palate possesses a degree of elegance in its proportions, with very good depth and tightly bound and intense flavours of sweet, green stonefruits and herbs.  The fruit is complexed by a subtle layer of flint and minerals which adds detail.  The mouthfeel is fresh and lively with bright acidity, and…


First look at our 2016 Twin Valleys Chardonnay

Cameron Douglas94 PointsAttractive bouquet,integrated and complex with aromas of roasted yellow stone fruits, baked apple,grapefruit peel, sweet tobacco, vanilla and toasty barrel-wood. Dry, smooth and silky creamy on the palate with flavours that reflect the nose, a light sweet oak layer highlighting the oak, vanilla and orchard fruits (described). Medium acidity, medium+ weight, balanced and well-made with a nice lengthy finish. Drink now and through 2024. Raymond Chan19.0-/20   5 StarsLight, golden-hued straw-yellow colour with slight green hues and some depth, lighter on the edge.  The nose is well-proportioned with up-front and full aromas of white and yellow stonefruits along with subtle notes of citrus fruits, and an amalgam of nutty lees and oak, some flinty and mineral complexities and hints of creamy barrel-ferment elements, unfolding a little smoke.  The aromatics show concentration and depth.  Medium-full bodied, the palate has sweetly rich flavours of white and yellow stonefruits along with subtle citrus fruit notes melded with complexing flint and mineral elements,unfolding nutty and delicate toasty oak suggestions.  The flavours are mouthfilling with a rounded,but concentrated core, and lacy acidity lends energy…


Prime Wines Spring Summer Tasting

Looking forward to sharing some Mahi Wines in Melbourne this month alongside a host of excellent producers. Check out the details and hope to see you there! When: Tuesday 30th October, 4pm – 7pm Where: Reunion Island, Level 3 Melbourne Central