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Violet in color, this estate Pinot Noir displays lifted aromas of ripe cherries and spice. The palate is soft and generous with delicate primary fruit characters of wild berries shadowed by subtle toasty oak. Fine ripe tannins provide weight and add structure resulting in a long and seamless finish.Savor over slow food and sparkling conversation.
Te Kairanga 2009 Estate Pinot Noir boasts luscious plum, cherry and cedar aromas. It has a sweet fruit entry with subtle spiciness and soft, gentle tannins.
This 2009 is a lovely dusty velvet color, but Pinot Noir is all about the nose. A swirl in the glass brings forth notes of sweet violets, layers of fruits, chocolate, coffee, and lavender with hints of finespices; brambles and undergrowth characters summon up distant memories of forgotten summers. The wine is seamless and round with that pinot earthy "savouryness" ...
The wine's bouquet and flavour suggests citrus fruit, especially limes,along with peaches, nectarines, lychees, pineapple and tropical spices.There is a core of minerality and tangy acidity, which flows through the palate, helping to draw out the wine's length and balance itsoff-dry finish. While ready to drink on release, with careful cellaring, itshould continue to develop and blossom for a ...
Resplendent ruby red hue through to the core of the wine. Finely poised aromas of red cherry, spice, raspberry and gentle smokiness. Vibrantly intense with a full rich and silky mid-palate.Very persistent finish. Food Pairing: South Island lamb shoulder, with beetroot chutney and new potatoes.
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