Pinot Noir 2017 – Black Market Deal #41893
- Textured, savoury
An incredible vineyard planted entirely to pinot noir. Determined to make the absolute best quality wine, the opportunity cost essentially equals one vine producing no more than one bottle. Pretty tiny volumes, right? Quality always comes at a price. The pinot is of course entirely hand-harvested, basket-pressed, wild yeast- fermented and only seeing the finest of French oak. The resulting pinot is concentrated, textured and layered with superb fruit, dancing along a black cherry spectrum and undergrowth notes of mushroom and earth. While it isn’t shy on tannins, this fairly robust pinot is still light on its feet, with an ethereal quality in spades. Heavenly pinot, and in our opinion, worthy of more than 97 points. Powerful and sophisticated.
What is a Black Market deal?
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Full price $80.00 from the producer.
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Marlborough is the famous region that has rocketed NZ into the world wine scene. For good or for bad, the wine that hails from here is distinctive, exploding with aromatics and quality and balance are only improving. Located at the top of the South Island, there is no doubt that Marlborough is the epicentre of the New Zealand wine industry - a region synonymous with some of the world's best Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. The distinctive conditions of Marlborough - warm, sunny days and cold nights allow winemakers to unleash the unique expressions of grape, not seen anywhere else in the world.