In a cluttered wine landscape, where so many seem the same, Framingham believe in doing things differently.
The key to their individuality is small batch winemaking. Combining small batches of wine from different parts of the vineyard, they build depth of flavour and texture. They only source fruit from the Wairau Valley, from both their own vineyard and carefully selected grower sites nearby.
And they love white aromatics styled to accompany food. The Framingham range has grown with a strong tradition of winemaking for balance, texture and complexity. They are known foremost for their impressive range of Rieslings for which they have won many accolades, with their Noble Riesling awarded top honours from Bob Campbell and Michael Cooper.
Their Riesling vines are amongst the oldest in Marlborough, planted in 1981 they were some of the first vines grafted on phylloxera resistant rootstock in the area.