Martinborough's coastal cooled vineyards in New Zealand's North Island are perfect for Pinot Noir. Just taste this gloriously silky, elegant flagship red from a small family estate. Deep berry fruit, warm spice, savoury oak and silky tannins.
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Silky tannins support the ripe berry and cherry, savoury edge, long
Cherry, plum, raspberry and toasty spice, savoury hint
Martinborough may be less high profile than other Kiwi wine regions (it's only small) but the quality of its cool climate wines is second to none. It lies in the southern corner of North Island and is renowned for Pinot Noir. A government report in 1979 had highlighted that the conditions of the region were remarkably similar to Burgundy – free draining gravel soils, with moderate temperatures and rainfall. Jeremy Corban and Katherine Jacobs founded their beautiful family estate in 2005, after a wine stint in France. They chose a site in Martinborough's Te Muna valley and planted Pinot Noir. This is their gloriously fragrant, expressive flagship wine. Aged in new oak, it has a lovely balance of ripe fruit, spice and savouriness. Open early.
"Rich, ripe and concentrated, with ripe cherries, mocha and dark chocolate framed by supple tannins"
Joe Czerwinski on 2016 Wine Advocate
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