The nose is fruity and offers a fine concentration/intensity. It reveals notes of quetsch plum, Boysen berry, small notes of cassis associated with touches of chocolate, bigarreau cherry as well as fine touches of pulpy redcurrant and very fine mineral/graphite hints. The palate is fruity, well-balanced and offers freshness, juiciness, a good gourmandize as well…
Named after Michael Seresin’s daughter, Leah has a surprising rose petal and smoke leading aromas, with plush black fruits, an earth mineral character, and a slight herbaceous kick. The palate is tart and refreshing with grippy tannins and a very firm structure.
Very expressive Pinot Noir, with bursting aromas of bramble berries, fresh cranberries, cherries, wild strawberries, clove, anise, and stone minerality. It has a robust style with muscular tannins and heavy concentration, but still with detailed harmony and firm acidity.
It’s a very approachable Pinot noir with fragrant and spicy aromas of wild cherries, boysenberries, violets, cinnamon, clove, and caraway. The palate is rich and texturally complex with added savory notes and a very silky finish.
A rich and decently concentrated pinot noir with cherry, violet, dried herbs, sage, subtle oak and elegant accents of cedarwood, and dried orange. It’s a distinctive wine, with a light, thin body, smooth texture, and a moderately lengthy finish.
In 2018, pyramid valley purchased a new vineyard in Lowburn, Central Otago, named Manata estate. This is their first release from this new estate blessed with some of the oldest Pinot Noir vines in the region. It’s approachable with fragrant aromas of wildflowers, spices, red cherries, wild strawberries, plums, and an underlying complexity. It has crunchy…
Planted in 1992 on its own roots, Long Gully has become Mt Difficulty’s flagship. It’s a light, delicate expression of pinot noir with fresh red fruits, floral character, hints of mocha, and a sense of purity. The palate is smooth and refined with the same pleasant delicateness. It’s overall a very gentle wine.
Six barrels Pinot Noir is a selection of the best barrels of each vintage. For this 2017, it features wine from a single Gibbston vineyard. It’s a dense, and elegant wine with typical plum, morello cherries, licorice, spices and dried herb.
This is a powerful pinot noir from a very celebrated winery in Central Otago. The concentrated and thick flavors of red and black fruits are heavily ripe and jammy with a spicy core. On the palate, the tannins are chiseled with a long, slightly chewy finish.
Very expressive Pinot Noir, this Bendigo estate single-vineyard is richly aromatic with intense aromas of juicy plums, cherries, blueberries, violets, cinnamon, and some earthy and savory undertones. It shows great elegance and poise. Its tannins are velvety with integrated acidity depth of flavors and lingering finish.