We have a simple philosophy – accentuate all that is great about the
Marlborough region by utilising ripe fruit to craft premium wines. This wine does not disappoint and will certainly turn some heads.

The grapes for this wine were harvested in the cool hours of the morning, destemmed and transferred to open-top stainless steel. After fermentation the berries were then gently pressed and the wine aged in a combination of new and old French oak for 10 months.

A lively cherry coloured wine with clean and fresh fruit aromas, the palate has ripe fruit characters of plums and raspberries along with smokey oak and well integrated tannins. A medium bodied wine with an enjoyable bright and sustained finish.
VARIETY: 100% Pinot Noir

APPELLATION: Marlborough, New Zealand

VINEYARDS: Cross selection from 2 estate owned vineyards

VINIFICATION: Aged in old French oak for 10 months

FOOD MATCH: New Zealand lamb

SERVING TEMPERATURE: Between 16-18°C

CELLAR POTENTIAL: 3-5 Years
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