5 stars , 94 points - Sam Kim, Wine Orbit
4 stars - Bob Campbell

Classic Otago Pinot at its best.......tiny quantities made.........worth it........

Spiced blackberry, fragrant dried herb, bright sweet redcurrants, smoky char and hints of vanilla and cherry. Opulent red fruit entry with sweet red cherry, plums, raspberry and a touch of chocolate. Medium bodied, elegant style with soft rounded tannins and a long red fruit finish.

Named after the Warden’s Court, which opened in 1879 to look after miners’ rights in the gold rush days. Three Miners Viticulturalist Gary Crabbe ensures optimum quality of our grapes before Wine maker extrordinaire, Pete Bartle coaxes the best out of them.

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Country:

New Zealand

Region:

Central Otago

Variety:

Pinot Noir

Style:

Light, elegant reds

Winemaker:

Pete Bartle

Closure:

Screwcap

ABV:

13.2%

Bottle size:

750ml

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Tannin:

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Acidity:

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Food Match:

Duck, Pork

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