Pinot Noir

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Five Oaks (Nelson) 2016 Pinot Noir

An outstanding example of Nelson Pinot Noir. Over 1400 repeat purchases.
On the palate, medium-light bodied with 14% alcohol. Very nice vibrant black berry fruit and dark plum flavours. Unrivaled in New Zealand at this price. 

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Whitehaven Hidden Barrel (Marlborough) 2016 Pinot Noir

Do you want a quality Pinot without spending mega bucks? Here is the pick of the bunch. Whitehaven wines is one of NZ's best performing but little known wine producers. Their wines always over deliver!


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Torlesse (Waipara) Pinot Noir 2015

NZs most exciting region, Waiparas oldest winery

Both Juicy and savoury this is mouthfilling and ridiculously smooth. Aromas of black forrest fruits, forrest floor and a waft of balsamic. Depth of flavour and beautiful light spiciness, flavours of cherry compote and more forrest floor notes. Soft and long stretchy tannin structure. What an awesome little PN!

Torlesse in the Waipara valley, North Canterbury is run by former Australian winemaker Kym Rayner

Englishman Charles Torlesse gave his name to the Torlesse mountain range circling the Canterbury Plains. He was at one time the largest land owner and farmer in North Canterbury and founder of the nearby town of Rangiora.Torlesse is also given to the underlying bedrock from which most New Zealand soils are derived – Torlesse, the terroir of New Zealand! 

Owner oporated by husband and wife duo Kym and Maggie Rayner the winery was built in 1991 and is the first winery to start producing wine in the region in the unique canterbury region Kym has been making wine for over 30 years and his hard work and love of the wine we can see in this little winner.  

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Carrick (Central Otago) 2017 Unravelled Pinot Noir

2017 Unravelled Pinot Noir shows dark fruits and spice on the nose. This wine has lovely flow and entry onto the palate with dark cherry, blackcurrants and the unmistakable tannin structure that can only come from the Cairnmuir Terraces of Bannockburn where the winery and vineyard are situated.


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Barren Rock (Central Otago) 2018 Pinot Noir

New 2018 vintage!

5 Stars - Peter Saunders
"Overtly young Pinot, low oak impact and will open out well in NZ spring. Colour is a dark crimson shade, fruit quality tastes ripe and true to variety, given a need for a little more rest time. A fine wine to show elegant best 2020-2022 but already tasty with dinner." Peter Saunders

4.5 Stars - Sam Kim Wine Orbit
"Sweetly fruited and inviting, the bouquet shows ripe strawberry, plum, mixed spice and toasted nut characters, leading to a succulent palate that is smooth and supple. The wine offers delightful fruit intensity and elegance, backed by silky texture and fine tannins. At its best: now to 2021" Sam Kim

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Cockle Bay (Marlborough) 2014 Pinot Noir

Don't overlook this Pinot Noir because it is from Marlborough, you will be amazed how good it is and what a bargain you have scored!
Mid ruby, with a garnet hue. Ripe plum and red berry fruits, with savoury oak char and spice notes from the French oak.  This wine is medium bodied wine with a soft, velvety texture. Fresh berry fruits and oak spice are abundant on the palate and persist on the lengthy finish.


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Hoppers Crossing (Central Otago) 2017 Pinot Noir

Gold Medal - Global Pinot Noir Masters
5 STARS Sam Kim Wine Orbit  "A beautifully expressed pinot. The inviting bouquet shows red/balck cherry with nuances of floral and earthy mushrooms. The palate is succulent and rounded and offers bright fruit flavours and silky textures"


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Alana Estate (Martinborough) Lumiere Pinot Noir 2017

Alana Estate is synonomus with Martinborough and sources all its wines from selected sites in the region. They are made by superbly talented winemakers Alex Craighead and Alistair Gardner. An elegant style of Pinot noir, aromas of woodland and redberried fruit, Broad on the palate, deeply flavoured and spicy. classically Martinborough AND good value.

The "Lumiere" is a label made maily for the britsh market and sells at a top notch merchant. 


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Treehouse Pinot Noir (Martinborough) 2017

Stunning single vineyard Martinborough

A sophisticated style of Pinot, warm spices and ripe red cherry aromas. The palate opens up too a medium bodied wine showing classic martinborough characteristics of smokey plum, cherries, structured tannins and dry finish.

Tree House Estate is a tiny boutique vineyard in the heart of Martinborough owned and operated by Greg and Nickie Sheehan and their three children. They produce only Pinot Noir from thier 2000 vines.


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Coopers Creek (Otago) Razorback Pinot Noir 2016

Best NZ Reds under $30 - Michael Cooper 
"A youthful, ruby-hued, full-bodied wine (14.5% alc/vol), with very good depth of ripe, plummy, spicy, slightly nutty flavours, revealing some complexity, and a slightly chewy finish. Best drinking 2019+"  Michael Cooper

Five Stars - Sam Kim, Wine Orbit
“The complex bouquet shows dark cherry, cranberry, smoked game, thyme and black olive aromas, followed by a beautifully weighted palate that offers excellent depth of flavour and intensity, while remaining elegant and firmly structured by plenty of polished tannins. Sweetly fruited and richly savoury at the same time, finishing persistent and engaging.” Sam Ki


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Matahiwi (Wairarapa) 2017 Holly Pinot Noir

The flag ship for any Wairarapa winery, Pinot Noir. This is a must buy and try for any Pinot drinker. We love this wine and we are sure you will love it too!
This attractive, soft Pinot Noir shows dark plum and cherry flavours with fragrant fresh hay and cedary oak characters. On the palate, the vibrant cherry flavours come through with a hint of spicy toasty oak and velvety tannins.


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Giesen (Marlborough) 2016 The Brothers Pinot Noir

Aromas of dark cocao enhanced by red flower petal florals and Damson plum, combine beautifully with the savoury lavender notes leaping from the glass. The tannins are fine boned and chalky, accentuating the fruit sweetness on the palate. The acid backbone melds to provide poise on the palate. 



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Pond Paddock (Martinborough) Pinot Noir 2014

3.5 Stars Bob Campbell 4 Stars Raymond Chan

3.5 Stars Bob Campbell 

4 Stars Raymond Chan

"Moderately deep ruby-red colour with purple hues, a little lighter on the rim. This has a softly full and deep nose of ripe dark red berry and black cherry fruit entwined with aromas of spicy plums and complex nuances of herbs, violet florals, earthy spices and mineral elements. Medium-full bodied, the palate is soft, rich and weighty with plenty of deep flavours of ripe dark red berry and plum fruit, with liquorice, dark herb, earth and spice notes. The fruit is sweet and ripe, and balanced by grainy tannin structure, lending a fulsome, textural mouthfeel. Some alcoholic power underlines the fruit and soft acidity adds to the gentle drive. Spicy plum and oak, with earthy layers are carried to a soft-textured, very long, sweet finish. This is a fulsome, sweetly rich Pinot Noir with dark berry, spicy plum and earthy flavours and a grainy, textural palate. Drink over the next 5+ years"

Daniele tends the vineyard with the assistance of Simone Amorese, a winemaker from Italy who lives on the property, and Paul Mason has been contracted to make the Pond Paddock wine. In 2014, the 4,000 vines yielded 6 tonnes of fruit to make approx. 550 cases of wine. The smaller 2015 harvest saw 2.5 tonnes harvested to make around 230 cases

Good ripeness concentration and weight tannins. Pinot noir 2015 shows the characteristics of the 
vintage, fruitiness and complexity body structure who makes the wine long and persistent on the palate. A long storage needed in your cellar.


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Terrace edge (Waipara) 2016 Pinot Noir

Organic winery of the year Riedel 2018

4 1/2 Stars Winestate magazine

NZ Organic Vineyard of the Year (2018)

5 Stars Raymond Chan

5 Stars Sam Kim

This Waipara winery has been called the one to watch and they really are. 

Very low cropping levels result in a fruit driven, concentrated wine with the lovely velvety texture which makes this variety so famous. Hand plunging is carried out to achieve delicate extraction of colour and flavour from the skins, before at least 10 months maturation in French oak barriques. During this time it undergoes natural malolactic fermentation in small vats with indigenous yeast.


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Ata Rangi (Martinborough) 2015 Pinot Noir

98 Points - Sam Kim | Wine Orbit
"This is really, really good. The wine is instantly seductive on the nose displaying ripe cherry, plum, floral and hints of earthy mushroom and cedar. It is elegant yet powerful on the palate, exhibiting silky texture and pure fruit intensity. Wonderfully seamless and flowing, the wine offers sensual charm and layers of irresistible flavours and texture"



Aurum (Otago) Pinot Noir 2017

Organically made, Lowburn, Stunning.

Aurum’s philosophy is to work as closely as possible with nature. Our vineyard and winery are managed using certified organic practices and we thrive to produce wines that speak truthfully of their origins. Organics is the defining philosophy of our vineyard management and part of an overall goal to achieve continuous improvements in vineyard sustainability and to make better wines.

The grapes were mostly destemmed, cold soaked for 5 days and fermented in open vats with wild yeasts. The wine was matured in French oak barrels for 12 months. Unfined and unfiltered.

Mouthfilling, juicy and supple, it has concentrated, small red fruits, perfumes and spice flavours, with finely integrated oak adding complexity, and obvious cellaring potential; open 2020+


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Barrington (Central Otago) 2018 Pinot Noir

18/20 Points- Raymond Chan, 93+ Points - Sam Kim

18/20 Points- Raymond Chan
93+ Points Sam Kim, Wine Orbit
4 Stars - Bob Campbell (2017)

A stylish multi-layered, savoury wine with good depth of fruit supported by hints of chocolate and spice. Very finely balanced and well structured. A boutiquite, familly owned and operated single vineyard operation, producing top notch single block wines. crafted by award winning winemaker Antony Worch. 


Carrick (Central Otago) 2017 Bannockburn Pinot Noir

The vineyards are tended by hand allowing for careful management of the individual vines from pruning, leafplucking, shoot-thinning right through to harvesting. The wine is fermented in small open top fermenters, and typically has a 5-7 day pre-ferment cold soak, with punch downs throughout fermentation, then 5-7 days extended maceration. All parcels are wild yeast ferments with about 10% being whole bunches.
The wine is matured for 12 months in French oak, of which about 15% is new. Malolactic fermentation occurs naturally in the spring – The three lots are individually evaluated barrel by barrel, then blended before bottling without fining or filtration.


Cloudy Bay (Marlborough) 2015 Pinot Noir

Layered with a bold complexity of ripe fruit flavour and spicy, smoky oak characters. The combined texture of fruit density and lees work provides a focal point that is balanced by fresh and firm acidity


Gibbston Valley (Central Otago) 2016 China Terrace Pinot Noir

19.5 Points Bob Campbell MW - "Dense, ripe, Pinot Noir with a mix of sweet fruits (raspberry, plum) and more savoury characters (chocolate, anise/spice and aromatic wild herbs) plus spicy oak. Very appealing and accessible wine with a silken and succulent texture."



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Gibbston Valley (Central Otago) 2016 Glenlee Pinot Noir

"Glenlee is a Pinot Noir that comes from a vineyard of one man’s dreams. Californian visionary Gary Andrus has passed on, but his belief in close planting Burgundian principles results in a vineyard legacy: low crops of intense fruit – and sore knees for anyone who works there! The wine is a thrilling expression of site and method." Christopher Keys, Winemaker 


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Gibbston Valley (Central Otago) 2016 School House Pinot Noir

Typically deeply coloured and alluring, the wine shows dark fruit, anise, and mocha aromatics. The palate is sweetly layered with delicate generosity on the front giving way to an intensely structured mid. Firm, yet suavely sculpted back tannins lead the long, sustained finish.  


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