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36 Bottles Central Otago Pinot Noir 2014
  • Silver medal
  • 5 stars Raymond Chan Wine Reviews
  • Only 380 cases made

36 Bottles Central Otago Pinot Noir 2014 x12

$323.88

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HURRY LIMITED STOCK Product Code: R9194
1 Silver
The name was coined after Jane Young and Douglas Brett's first vintage - in 1999 that was the company's total production. Things are rather more productive nowadays, but there were still only 380 cases made of this Pinot, so we are pretty excited about getting hold of enough to include in this selection.

Awards

1 Silver

Wine Region

OTAGO

Drink Until

2022

Varieties

Pinot Noir

Alcohol

14.0%

Foods

Match with duck, beef and lamb dishes.

Oak

11 months in 35% new French oak barrels

Colour

Dark, moderately deep, purple-hued ruby-red colour, dense through to the rim.

Nose

This wine has an elegant, tightly bound, intense nose of pure dark red and black cherry fruit aromas. Lifted red florals, raspberry liqueur elements and nuances of plum, perfumed notes and savoury notes evolve in the glass.

Palate

Medium-bodied, very finely focussed, fresh raspberry and cherry fruit flavours form a tight core. The fruit is supported by savoury and perfumed elements, on fine-grained and supple tannins with a powdery texture. Fresh, tight acidity underpins the fruit, providing vitality, tension and energy to the mouthfeel. There is a well concentrated Pinot Noir structure, carrying through to a long, sustained finish with freshness and depth.

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