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FELTON ROAD 12 CORNISH PN
FELTON ROAD 2012 CORNISH PINOT NOIR
Item: #379498
Bottle Size:750ml
$54.98
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The Cornish Point spice box is there from the start: cedar and cinnamon, with violets and roses. The palate has the hedonistic richness, complexity and mouth-filling generosity that Read More...
is the hallmark of this vineyard and yet there is an underlying brilliance and clarity to the flavours that prevents the whole from ever losing elegance. Precise and solid structure keeps the lengthy finish from wandering.
LOVEBLOCK 12 PN
LOVEBLOCK 2012 PINOT NOIR
Item: #381755
Bottle Size:750ml
$27.98
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Nestled above the snow capped mountains of Central Otago on the Bendigo Loop Road is the small Pinot Noir Vineyard "Someone's Darling." The climate and unique terroir combined make Read More...
this region one of the best for producing premium Pinot Noir. Showing a nice ruby red
with purple hues. Aroma's of Intense dark fruit, perfumed violet notes, and hint of oak and herbs. On the palate bright red fruits with a savory mushroom layer, followed by sweet strawberry notes. With a hint of oak and balanced drying tannins, the wine lingers with brooding complexity.
ROARING MEG 12 PN DIFFICULTY
ROARING MEG 2012 PINOT NOIR MT. DIFFICULTY
Item: #377999
Bottle Size:750ml
$19.98
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It all began in the early 1990s, when the owners of five newly-planted vineyards in Bannockburn, Central Otago, shook hands and decided to work together to produce wine under one label, Mt. Difficulty. Read More...
The handshake bound the owners of Molyneux, Mansons Farm, Verboeket Estate and Full Circle until 2004 when Mt. Difficulty Wines Ltd was formed, and the majority of the individual vineyards passed into the ownership of the company. As a result, Mt. Difficulty Wines Ltd now owns some of the oldest vineyards in the Bannockburn sub-region of Central Otago in New Zealand's rugged South Island. The vine age gives these wines, particularly the Pinot Noirs, extra complexity and concentration. The Bannockburn area is internationally recognised as one of the few places in the world outside Burgundy where the pernickety Pinot Noir variety has found a home. Parts of New Zealand and cooler areas on the western seaboard of the United States are the only other regions where Pinot Noir seems to truly flourish.
The nose is filled with bright fruit, sweet cherries and mixed red fruits, light spice, leather and a background floral perfume. The bright red cherry fruits are tempered nicely on the palate with excellent acidity and richer flavors: pomegranate, cherry tobacco, black tea, dark spices and plums. Very drinkable, enjoyable Pinot.
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