The world's first Māori-owned wine company is celebrating 20 years.
Highlighting the impressive occasion, Tohu has recently released a limited edition Methodé Traditionelle Rewa Rosé 2015. “We wanted to create something really special to celebrate this significant anniversary. Our sparkling rosé is crafted solely from Pinot Noir. It’s an elegant yet complex wine with bright berry aromas and brioche notes,” Bruce Taylor, Tohu's chief winemaker says.
Tohu Wines has collaborated with artist Flox to design an exclusive gift box and label for their limited edition Méthode Traditionelle Rewa Rosé. Flox is an acclaimed New Zealand artist who's hand-cut stencils (and fine art degree) transforms graffiti art into a vibrant celebration of Aotearoa’s environmental taonga.
Méthode Marlborough is extremely proud to have Tohu as one of their founding members.
Click here to read more about the delicious Rewa Rosé.