On a cold night in the winter of 1870, a lone figure was seen leading his heavily laden pack horse through the mist just before dawn. He was no ordinary miner.

This Dawn Ghost was a cobbler by the name of Rennie and an accomplice had just broken into the 'lockup' at The Camp - Clyde and stolen the entire hoard of gold.

Valued at over £13,000, this gold had be extracted from the creeks of Central Otago. This wine is offered to celebrate this, the most daring and extensive robbery of the Otago Gold Rush.

You too will get your rush of cherries, spicy bright berry flavours with a punctuation of white pepper. This wine is sealed with a screwcap to ensure optimum security ... stronger than the Clyde lock up.



Silver Medal - Royal Easter Show Wine Awards 2009
Silver Medal - New World Wine Awards 2009