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Pinot Noir

  • Greystone Pinot Noir 2015 NZD $34.99
    Deep dark plum colour with a brooding nose of dark cherry, raspberry, leather, fennel and spices. The complexity of the nose leads beautifully into the detail of the palate – with chalky tannins and a long thread of acidity pushing through a long mouthfeel. Ripe cherry and red berry, savoury oak and a distinct minerality coat the wines structure core. Opens up wonderfully over time to reveal alluring florals and a svelte texture.... more »
  • Terrace Edge Pinot Noir 2014 NZD $31.00
    Lovely, deep, black-hued, ruby-red colour Beautifully fragrant nose with bright, primary fruit, thyme-like herbs and floral allure. On the palate it’s powerful and impressively rich while remaining beautifully balanced and elegant.... more »
  • Joss Bay Barrel Select Pinot Noir 2015 NZD $24.99 Out of Stock
    Made from hand picked, low yielding grape vines. The wine was aged in French Oak barrels, before specific barrrels wre selected and blended for the premium label. Intense and concentratred with good structure and freshness.... more »
  • Mt Difficulty Pinot Noir 2015 NZD $46.00
    This vintage has produced a Pinot Noir displaying opulent rich aromatics; lush dark fruits of the forest dominate the aroma and these are underpinned by sweet brown spice notes. The wine displays lovely elegance and flow with striking precision and clarity. On the palate it kicks off with a plush dense fruit of the forest entry, this plushness then moves beautifully into the mid palate, after which fine elegant textural tannins frame fruit and acidity on a lengthy finish.   CELLARING POTENTIAL Mt Difficulty Bannockburn Pinot Noir will improve for 7-10 years given optimal vintage and cellaring conditions. VINTAGE 2013     The growing season in 2013 kicked off with a cool spring. Frosts in early November reduced production from Station Block, at the top of the Cromwell basin, but Bannockburn was untouched. Although the cool spring continued after that, temperatures warmed just before Christmas in time to make for a very successful flowering. January was cooler and wetter than average and then February onwards was very warm and dry. We experienced a protracted veraison (the point at which the grapes stop growing and start to ripen, characterised by colour change) leading to increased variability in ripeness. To counter this we introduced a late colour thin to ensure fruit arrived in optimal condition at harvest. Early autumn returned to more classic settled Central autumnal conditions, and harvest started on the 3rd of April, continuing through until the 3rd of May. It was a normal yielding year, with nice focused acidity and interesting flavour profiles reflecting, to some degree, the variability of the season.... more »
  • Ostler Caroline's Pinot Noir 2011 NZD $51.99
      2011 was a cool year with excellent slow-ripened fruit. The vines at 9 years old were really getting their roots down into the limestone substrate and the wine shows the effect with magnificent perfumed aromas and enhanced minerality. The usual long finish with fine tannins contribute to a wine which, although young, shows the hallmarks of very fine pinot noir indeed. Gold at IWC (London) 2013 Given 96/100 by Bob Campbell MW in 'Australian Gourmet Traveller- Wine', Caroline's Pinot NoirCaroline Plummer was an extraordinary vital young woman of great energy, beauty and elegance. Her passion was the study of dance and its healing values.She assisted in planting of the original block - Caroline's.In 2003 before her untimely death from a rare malignancy she gave her name to the first pinot noir.Caroline's Pinot Noir has become our flagship wine. It is made in the years when the season allows grapes which meet our rigorous quality standards.Ripe fruit, spiciness, savoury aromas satisfying palate weight, minerality, velvet tannins. Extraordinary persistence. Elegance. A wonderful tribute to a wonderful young woman. ... more »
  • Mondillo Pinot Noir 2014 NZD $45.00
    The 2010 Pinot Noir, is rich dark and delicious. Beautifully centered with blackberry and plum flavours, a hint of spice, toasted oak and a velvety finish. Wild bunnies couldn't drag us away from the vintage.... more »
  • Grasshopper Rock 2014 Pinot Noir NZD $33.99
    A wonderful buy. Grown at Alexandra and barrel-aged for nine months, it is a beautifully perfumed and deeply coloured red, rich and supple. Sweet-fruited, with concentrated plum/spice flavours, silky tannins and great harmony, it’s a drink now or cellaring proposition. - Reviewed by Michael Cooper author of Buyers Guide to NZ Wine and NZ Wine Atlas www.michaelcooper.co.nz... more »
 

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