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Tasting Notes

Colour Salmon Pink
Nose Loaded with aromas of juicy summer fruits, including strawberries, red currants, Pacific Rose apples and subtle herb nuances.
Palate A seductive, Merlot-dominate blend, with a dry, creamy texture similar to strawberry shortcake. Crushed berry flavours, a round, biscuity note on the mid-palate and a long finish, with hints of fennel.
Food Pairing Caprese pasta salad.
Cellaring Ready, but will Keep
Notes Carefully selected parcels of fruit from Marlborough were chosen, with the portion of Pinot Noir barrel aged for extra texture. The final blend is 30% Merlot, 35% Syrah 10% Cabernet Sauvignon, 15% Pinot Noir and 10% Chardonnay,
Variety Merlot
Body Light - Medium Bodied
Oak Type None
Vintage 2018
Region Martinborough
Country New Zealand
Sustainability Sustainable
Alcohol 13.5%
Bottle Size 750ml (Bottle)
Closure Stelvin
First established in 1978, located just over 75 minutes east of Wellington on North Island, New Zealand, Martinborough is fast becoming a celebrated wine region thanks to its sought after Pinot Noirs and aromatic Sauvignon blancs which are both known to be full in flavor with a polished finish. In only three decades, Martinborough has been revolutionized as a leading world class wine village, thanks to its combination of old world and new world style. What this wine region lacks in size, it makes up for it in the distinct quality of wine that it produces.

Martinborough is one of the three wine sub-regions of Wairarapa, along with Gladstone and Masterton, and is linked from the Ruamahanga River to the Tararua mountains to Palliser Bay. The soil of this area are made up of river gravels and Martinborough is blessed with a warm micro climate which means cool autumns and springs combined with hot summers and cool nights. The unique soil content and favorable climate of Martinborough results in complex and varied wines that this region is known for.
Raymond Chan
Very pale pink colour, light edged. The nose is fresh with aromas of strawberries and cream, the fruit with good ripeness, the componentry very harmoniously presented, and quite mouthwatering from the youthfulness. Dry to taste, the palate is elegant in proportion, quite taut with strawberries and cream, along with thirst-quenching bitter cherry notes and a touch of herbs. Very fine-textured, and lively, crisp acidity, finishing clean, dry and lightly nuanced with red fruits. All Martinborough fruit, a blend of 35% Syrah, 30% Merlot, 15% Pinot Noir and 10% Chardonnay, the Pinot Noir fermented in barrel, to 13.5% and dryness.


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