Dark cherries in the salad meet dark cherries.
If you love mid & dark, ripe fruits, spice, soft dry earth-dry gravel & stone, pronounced limestone, soft, fresh tobacco and cool climate acidity for days, spend $60-$65 on a Block 3 or 5 Pinot Noir. So good.
Both lettuces picked hours ago from my garden. — 9 days ago
One of the best wines I’ve ever tried. Refreshing and great taste — 12 days ago
If you like Sauvignon Blanc you will enjoy this wine. I tried many different S.B from N.Z and this one is one of the finest. This was my first bottle but definitely not the last. — 18 days ago
Ruby with aromas of red fruits, floral and sweet spicy vanilla oak. On the palate flavors of raspberry, strawberry and currants with lavender and vanilla notes. Medium tannins with racy acidity, great mouthfeel on a medium finish. Drink now but a bit of bottle age will reward. — 20 days ago
Yum; bacon, rhubarb, sour cherry
Central Otago wine region of the South Island of New Zealand — 8 days ago
Smooth and elegant Pinot Noir from New Zealand. Still vibrant after 18 years. Lots of cherry. Strong but smooth tannins in the finish. Some slightly off flavors, but overall, tastes like an excellent Volnay or Pommard. — 15 days ago
Amazing example of Pinot. Delicate and balanced with complexity with every new glass. Strawberries — a day ago
Dark Ruby red in colour. The over riding descriptor on nose and palate is black pepper. If you don’t like pepper in your reds (and I do) then you won’t like this. Just medium bodied from cool climate Martinborough (better known for excellent Pinot Noir and Chardonnay). Touch of red licorice. Fine tannins and ultra peppery. — 9 days ago
Silky, raspberry, cherry, light, elegant, a delight — 2 days ago