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Perfumed nose showing delicate fruit purity and a touch of forest fruits. Ripe and juicy, with silky tannins and a sweet fruit finish. 

 

96 Points                                                                           

Roger Jones

Decanter Magazine, January 2020

      This product is eligible for 10% discount when 12x75cl bottles are purchased (excludes En Primeur wines and all pre-mixed cases / special offers)
      Tasting Notes
      Neudorf Moutere Pinot Noir 2016, 75cl

      Neudorf Moutere Pinot Noir has a reputation for elegance and ageability. This vintage continues the evolution under winemaker Todd Stevens. It’s fragrant; expressing plums, exotic spice, cracked pepper, Horopito for kiwis, brambles, manuka bark and wood smoke. It’s rich but not overblown. The tannins are finely tuned and chiselled creating a wine which is groomed and precise.

      The Pinot Noir story in New Zealand has been changing as vine age takes hold and we celebrate Pinot of true beauty and restraint. We seek a melange of perfectly integrated flavours. In the Moutere we are happy to see Pinots with a refreshing, juicy acidity. Definitely deserving breast of duck, rack of lamb or grilled mushroom.
      Cellar with absolute confidence.

      Single Vineyard | Organically Grown | Dry Farmed | Wild Yeast | Unfined | Unfiltered | Vegan.

      "Pale garnet fading to ruby and a transparent rim. The nose is really quite intense and sweet, and then the palate is beautifully lifted, refreshing and transparent. Great poise. Lovely stuff! Already drinking well. Not heavy enough to stand up to hearty, very meaty foods but this would be great with fish.
      17 Points."
      (Jancis Robinson, JR Purple Pages, September 2018)

      "Attractively-scented pinot noir with a mix of fruit (plum, cherry and dark berry), savoury (fresh herb) and floral (violet) flavours. An elegant, tightly-structured wine with a backbone of fine, drying tannins that should promote good cellaring potential.
      93 Points."
      (Bob Campbell MW, Feb 2018)

      Wine Facts

      Grape Variety
      Pinot Noir
      ABV
      13.4%
      Country
      New Zealand
      Region
      Nelson
      Vintage
      2016
      Colour
      Red
      Type (Still/Sparkling)
      Still
      Provenance (Old/New World)
      New World
      Body Style
      Medium to Full Bodied Red
      Sweetness
      Dry
      Drinking Stage
      Drink
      Organic
      Yes
      Biodynamic
      No
      Vegan
      Yes

      Please note product image may differ slightly from actual product received

      Buy with confidence at JNWine.com

      We've been recognised as IWC Regional Merchant of the Year NI 26 times, and received rave reviews from Decanter

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