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Dark brooding aromas of cherry, chocolate and spice. Elegantly structured with generous fruit flavours on the palate. A rich young wine with complex fruit and enticing earthy characters, that is generous as a young wine and will also reward futher cellaring.
Pairs well with wild game, roasted mushrooms or seared beef fillet.
The early season frost caused some concern but thankfully little damage. It was a warm yet not overly hot summer in Central Otago, with slightly above average rainfull which allowed ripeness to proceed at a sedate pace creating decent canopy. The condition of the fruit was fantastic, great colours and really elegant tannin. Stainless steel tank and barrell fermented
Review: Coming from Bendigo and sporting a medium ruby-purple color, the 2014 Central Otago Pinot Noir has a very expressive black berry and black cherry nose, with a touch of wild blueberry, hints of lavender and roses plus a little cinnamon. Medium bodied with a medium level of velvety tannins and lively acid to prop the generous black fruit flavors, it finishes with good length. - Wine Advocate 90 Points
Barrel fermented in mixed age French oak producing a medium clear lemon color. This wine has a luminescent, straw color with a subtle sheen. Meyer lemon, white nectarine, baking spice, and salt water taffy on the nose. The palette offers up warm oak spice, sandalwood, and stone fruit.
With a lemon-butter-cream texture, this wine is lush yet still very bright and fresh. Lively acidity, with a custard type of roundness/richness, and the warm oak spice follows through on the pallet. Delicious balance between richness and freshness.
As with all our whites, this wine will reward you for cellaring.
94 points — Wine & Spirits Magazine
Year's Best Chardonnay — Wine & Spirits Magazine
93 points — Wineanorak