"For me, it's the last paradise on earth, if it weren't for the earthquakes" says Bertold Salomon when talking about New Zealand.
In New Zealand, Bert Salomon started a joint venture with Christopher Andrew in the 2010s. Chris Andrew came to the Salomon Undhof in Stein/Donau in 2008 as a grape harvest intern. Chris returned to New Zealand, a friendship between the two winemakers remained, resulting in a joint, successful collaboration - Salomon & Andrew.

At the northernmost tip of New Zealand's South Island, the Marlborough Valley is located characterised by steep vineyards and fertile loess and gravel soils. In this marvelous valley thrives Sauvignon Blanc, which has achieved world fame over the past 30 years due to its distinctive, fruity aroma.

The two Pinot Noirs from Salomon & Andrew come from the Central Otago wine region. It is the southernmost wine-growing region on earth with a continental climate. Extremely strong temperature differences provide ideal conditions for the ripening of Pinot Noir grapes.

The South Island of New Zealand is located between 40- and 47-degrees south latitude. Stormy, humid winds come from the Tasman Sea, from which the New Zealand Alps serve as a natural shield. These climatic conditions and the terroir of New Zealand are reflected in the wines of Salomon & Andrew.

Salomon&Andrew Sauvignon Blanc 2022 New Zealand From:  18,90 incl. VAT.
Bannockburn Central Otago Pinot Noir 2014 New Zealand From:  42,00 incl. VAT.
Salomon&Andrew Central Otago Pinot Noir 2016 New Zealand From:  26,70 incl. VAT.