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Leveret IQ Brut NV

Leveret IQ Brut NV is a non vintage Brut sparkling wine made using the Champagne method, this is a refreshing, crisp sparkler with lovely fruit flavours and pastry hints on the nose.

Leveret IQ Brut NV is made with Chardonnay, Pinot Meunier and Pinot Noir, the grapes are grown in Marlborough and Hawkes Bay and they undergo malolactic fermentation

Established in 1978 by kiwifruit farmer Morton Brown, the original Morton vineyard in Katikati produced its first vintage in 1983. http://mortonestatewines.co.nz/about-us/

With expansion since Morton Estate now has vineyards in Hawkes Bay on the east coast of the North Island, and Marlborough on the northern tip of the South Island.

Morton Estate Wines exemplifies the best winemaking techniques from the old and new worlds.

Selecting the finest winemaking technology and techniques is creating striking new styles and flavours and making an important impact on our expectations.

The company takes the boutique winery approach to winemaking by controlling the entire winemaking process – from grafting its own cuttings, developing its own vineyards and viticultural techniques, and investing in the best technology possible.

We are fiercely committed to winemaking an as an art not just a business. This consistency has been at the forefront of the Morton Estate brand since its advent.

This is demonstrated through a long list of high achieving awards through the history of Morton Estate.

The consistency has led to solidity in the market. Morton Estate is probably best-known for Chardonnay, for which it has won numerous local and international accolades – including the Best Chardonnay in the World trophy in 1997 at the International Wine Challenge Competition.

Since then, Morton Estate has expanded its portfolio, and today produces award winning Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Noir, Syrah, numerous Bordeaux blends, and Pinot Gris while also expanding its range of Methode Traditionnelle sparkling wines.

Geographically Morton Estate has a presence in three major regions in New Zealand – The Hawkes Bay, Gisborne and Marlborough.

These three regions play host to some of the best wine-making in New Zealand, each providing their own distinct regional style to our wines.

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