2013, Georgetown Pinot Noir, Central Otago

Read the above review online HERE.

Read the above review online HERE.

 Artist of painting: Simon Morrison Deaker

Artist of painting: Simon Morrison Deaker

COLOUR: Moderately full, dark, deep ruby-red colour, lighter on rim

GRAPE VARIETY: 100% Pinot Noir

COUNTRY: New Zealand

REGION: Central Otago

ALCOHOL: 13.9%

PH: 3.60

RESIDUAL SUGAR: Dry (0)

NOSE: The bouquet is fresh, fragrant and intense with well-concentrated aromas of ripe black and red berry fruits that unfold, revealing spices, liquorice and fennel herbs, as well as a little resinous oak.

WINEMAKING NOTES: 

After a damaging spring frost and a mild summer, 2013 was characterised by a hot ripening period. This lead to deep purple hues, round ripe tannins and flavours of berries, brambles, flint soy and seed spices.

PALATE: A rich round wine with deep purple hues. Flavours of berries, brambles, flint, soy, seed spices and a certain nuttiness. Long and round in the mouth.

BOTTLE SIZE: 750ml

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