The Ned Pinot Gris needs no introduction. That blush pink colour (unusual for a Pinot Gris) has gained a cult following and still delights new drinkers to this day. Described by The Ned team as a versatile wine that pairs well with food, if likening it to a fashion ‘moment’ this could only be your OG white shirt. Perfect for any occasion, it looks just as good with jeans as it does at a formal event. It’s something you should always have in your closet (or fridge!) to whip out for those unexpected events.
When we think summer BBQ’s, we think cute sundresses and rosé – is there a better combo? A sell-out at launch (and often afterwards), The Ned Rosé finds it’s fashion pairing with that perfect summer dress that takes the world by storm. It makes an appearance at anything from weddings to the races, to your family Christmas and is sought-after by girls everywhere. Snap up ‘that’ dress (or a bottle of rosé) and you’ll be set for the season.
New Zealand’s claim to fame in the wine world, Sauvignon Blanc is that Kiwi classic that never goes out of style – so when giving it a sartorial slant, we could only liken it to an ‘always in style’ pair of denim jeans. A crisp pair of jeans will always be your wardrobe ‘go to’ and with team at The Ned describing their Sauvignon Blanc as crisp and refreshing, a great pair of on trend denim ticks the same boxes.
This wine complements a broad range of food making it ideal for your upcoming ‘change of season’ dinner party so what else would we compare it to but a classic trench coat. They really are one and the same, working with everything in your wardrobe (or on the menu), never going out of style and being memorable without being too polarising.
A snuggle-up-by-the-fire wine, your perfect winter warmer, The Ned Pinot Noir can only be a chic winter boot. A fashion staple we look forward to wearing all summer, a leather boot adds warmth and comfort to those colder months and looks great to boot (pun intended!). Bonus points for adding a statement scarf.
*Photo credit: Marisco Vineyards.