Consciously crafted Marlborough wine.
I was 25 when I braved it out and started making limited release Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay. Since then, a couple of Pinot Noir's have joined the family and it brings me real pride to share with you sustainably produced wines, made with love.
I didn't make much of them.
"91/100. The first commercial release of this wine. 5% barrel-fermented with lengthy maturation in oak. Rich, textural sauvignon with toast, nutty lees and ginger flavours occupying centre stage with guava, grapefruit and passion in the background."
"Crafted by exciting young winemaker Alice Rule, this is classic Marlborough Sauvignon with a winning twist and I hope you enjoy it as much as I do. Lovely notes of lemongrass, bashed basil, and jalapeño burst out of the glass..."
"Alice is one of thee most genuine, high energy and passionate people you'll ever meet. She brings fantastic wine with integrity to the table and is quite clearly a producer to be valued. Great morals, great wine."
You know a wine is good... like really good when you start speaking to it! And that's exactly what I did with my first sip.. "oh my god you're beautiful".
Plastic free packaging
New Zealand made glass
Keeping New Zealand Beautiful
3sixty2 wines are sustainably sourced, packaged in locally manufactured low weight glass, and has become the first wine producer to offset the entire wine portfolio’s carbon footprint - this is no marketing ploy - these are decisions made by a kiwi who loves what nature has to offer.
We are climate conscious and aim to offset at least double the amount of carbon we emit, with carbon credits allocated to native reforestation and conservation initiatives as well as clean energy preservation projects throughout the globe.
3sixty2 are fighting climate change one vintage at a time. So far we have offset 27,751.34 kg.
Thats equivalent to 1387 trees growing for a year.
3sixty2's entire wine portofio is now carbon positive.
Crushing it: Leading the way for sustainable winemaking.
While many 25-year-olds were mostly concerned with drinking wine, Alice Rule was making it.
The start-up disrupting wine carbon offsets.
A note from me to you.
It's the little things that make a difference. Each wine order is dispatched personally, with love.