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      2010 Crowded House Pinot Noir

      12x750ml Bottles | RRP: $21.00 | $21.00 | Cracka Rating: 4/52

      Producer: Crowded House Type: Red Varietal: Pinot Noir Region: Marlborough, NZ

      Our Price: $113.94 per case (6)
      You Save: $36.06
      • Colour: Bright ruby red with hints of brick. Nose: Raspberries, pomegranates and cherries, dark chocolate, spice and toast

        Palate: Long ?ne tannins intertwine seductively with dark cherries, vanilla, cinnamon, and earth, complimented by a generous and silky mouth feel. The ?avours and textures in this wine persist long after the last sip.

        Winemakers comments: The fruit for this wine was sourced from a number of small growers from Nelson, Marlborough, and Central Otago, creating a blend that re?ects the unique rugged landscapes of the south Island of New Zealand. A variety of clones, as well as some diverse microclimates, combined to make an elegant, approachable, varietal, and complex wine.

        Food Match Middle Eastern lamb tagine, or after dinner with a piece of extra dark chocolate.

        Cracka Wine Rating80
      • Colour: Bright ruby red with hints of brick. Nose: Raspberries, pomegranates and cherries, dark chocolate, spice and toast

        Palate: Long ?ne tannins intertwine seductively with dark cherries, vanilla, cinnamon, and earth, complimented by a generous and silky mouth feel. The ?avours and textures in this wine persist long after the last sip.

        Winemakers comments: The fruit for this wine was sourced from a number of small growers from Nelson, Marlborough, and Central Otago, creating a blend that re?ects the unique rugged landscapes of the south Island of New Zealand. A variety of clones, as well as some diverse microclimates, combined to make an elegant, approachable, varietal, and complex wine.

        Food Match Middle Eastern lamb tagine, or after dinner with a piece of extra dark chocolate.

      • Campbell Mattinson & Gary Walsh (2007 Vintage) says:

        Great name for a New Zealand pinot noir - and it tastes excellent too. Oh yes, this is one to grab. It has fruit power and tannin structure, and enough grainy, sappy, spicy complexity to keep you interested but, at heart, just a good hit of cherried flavour. Both charming and persistent. And isn't it great to see a New Zealand pinot land on our shores at a decent price. Drink with chargrilled quail (or, better still, kiwi).

        The Big Red Wine Book 2009/10 2009
        92
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