Wednesday, 4 July 2012


Greywacke Marlborough Pinot Noir 2010
Nose: Pure Pinot Noir bouquet with light ripe red fruits - cherry centered, very light dried herb notes. As the wine begins to open up a savory complexity unfolds with a sweet brown spice layer. Medium+ complexity.
5 Stars (91 Points)

Palate: Reflects the nose with a gentle, soft and silky feel; the cherry centred fruit flavors return immersed in fine yet youthful tannins (fruit tannins), mild spiced oak. Balanced and expertly crafted.
I expect this wine to develop further complexities and mature for the next 5 years.
5 Stars (91 Points)

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