Hunter's Wine Pinot NoirType : Still Red Wine
Grapes : Pinot Noir
Origin : Marlborough, New Zealand
Colour : Deep dark ruby red with hints of garnet.
Aroma : Black cherry and plum fruit aromas.
Palate : A medium-bodied wine with soft and full combining plum fruit flavours, spice and subtle oak.
Serving suggestion: Enjoyed best when served at 16º - 18º C. Pairs well with roasted duck, quail and braised pork.
Wines from Newzealand
Hunter's Wine Pinot Noir
Marlborough is the largest and best known wine growing region in New Zealand and is world famous for its Sauvignon Blanc. Currently there are more than 9000 hectares of vineyards.
Marlborough's climate is cool, especially at night, and is comparable to vineyards on Germany's Rhine River. The combination of sun without excessive heat enables the grapes to ripen slowly, developing deep flavours while maintaining good acidity. Cool temperatures at night prevent the degradation of malic acid in the grapes resulting in flavour-filled and lively wines.
The Wine Selection
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- Hunter’s Wine Pinot Noir Deep dark Ruby Red with hints of garnet. Black cherry and plum fruit aromas.
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