Wine - momo marlborough

By: EuroVintage  06-Dec-2011

MOMO, meaning offspring in Maori, sprung from Seresin Estate in Marlborough.

Reflecting this heritage, MOMO selects sustainably and organically grown grapes from a dedicated grower and embraces traditional winemaking.

From these roots, MOMO has developed its own identity, producing wines which are true to variety and reflect the essence of their fruit characters. MOMO is youthful, urbane and well travelled, with a subtle charm. Seriously stylish, MOMO loves good food and great conversation.

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