Greywacke

Marlborough Pinot Noir

9.022 ratings
8.84 pro ratings
Marlborough, South Island, New Zealand
Pinot Noir
Top Notes For
Bryce Wiatrak

Another winner from Greywacke, Kevin Judd sources his Pinot Noir from the more clay-dominant Southern Valleys. The wine finds a more exotic profile for Pinot - macerated blood orange peel and pomegranate meet a dizzying array of spices and herbs - curry, saffron, smoke, spearmint, and thyme. Savory, well structured, and long.

Another winner from Greywacke, Kevin Judd sources his Pinot Noir from the more clay-dominant Southern Valleys. The wine finds a more exotic profile for Pinot - macerated blood orange peel and pomegranate meet a dizzying array of spices and herbs - curry, saffron, smoke, spearmint, and thyme. Savory, well structured, and long.

Apr 22nd, 2018
Ryan Easley

Ryan had this a year ago

Ryan had this a year ago

1 person found it helpfulMar 10th, 2018
Hayden Hamilton

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1 person found it helpfulFeb 21st, 2018
John

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1 person found it helpfulJan 10th, 2018
Malaya Lewandowski

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1 person found it helpfulJan 4th, 2018
Derek Stadmiller

Not fruity

Not fruity

1 person found it helpfulJan 4th, 2018
Jeffrey Tha

Jeffrey had this a year ago

Jeffrey had this a year ago

1 person found it helpfulDec 31st, 2017
Martin Bergo

Quite dark redblue color for a PN; the nose is full of raspberries and dark cherry but also has some savoury forest leather/game type of aromas; taste contains all from the nose plus high spicy acids, some oak flavours and weak small tannins. Very well made NZ pinot, paired with Montana intenso cheese, Chianti salami, and Shostakovich's 8th quartet.

Quite dark redblue color for a PN; the nose is full of raspberries and dark cherry but also has some savoury forest leather/game type of aromas; taste contains all from the nose plus high spicy acids, some oak flavours and weak small tannins. Very well made NZ pinot, paired with Montana intenso cheese, Chianti salami, and Shostakovich's 8th quartet.

1 person found it helpfulSep 23rd, 2017
Keith Crump

A good Pinot

A good Pinot

1 person found it helpfulJun 14th, 2017
Elizabeth Chu

Medium ruby, on the nose medium (+) intensity, black currant, vanilla, meat, pepper, developing; dry on the palate, medium (-) acidity, medium tannins, medium alcohol, medium body, black currant, medicinal, toast, caramel, meat, medium finish; good quality, drink now with the potential to age

Medium ruby, on the nose medium (+) intensity, black currant, vanilla, meat, pepper, developing; dry on the palate, medium (-) acidity, medium tannins, medium alcohol, medium body, black currant, medicinal, toast, caramel, meat, medium finish; good quality, drink now with the potential to age

1 person found it helpfulOct 1st, 2016