The wine has a fine magenta colour with a purple rim, classic Central Otago aromas of ripe black cherry and plum with a rich palate. Medium weight entry and elegant attack with fine tannins and persistent after taste. Will cellar for 6 - 8 years.

Pinot Noir 2010.   Magenta colour, cherry, spice and savoury aromas. Full rich taste, fine tannins and lingering finish. Raymond Chan - 5 Stars; M Cooper Wine Guide - 4 stars

REGION |  Central Otago / Bendigo. 100%.

COLOUR |  Deep magenta to ruby / garnet with faint hint of purple on the rim.

AROMAS |  Ripe black cherry, rich raisins, peel, spices, thyme and herbs notes evolve. Evolves savoury and cedary oak characters in the glass.

TASTE |  Sweet cherry and plum notes carry through from the bouquet.

TEXTURE |  Medium weight entry, elegant attack based on fine grained tannins. Succulent fruit, with a rounded mouthfeel that leads into good length in the finish with a persistent after taste. In all this is a very pleasing wine, probably our best in 3 vintages to date.

DRINKING |  Drinking well already, will continue to develop and reward cellaring for 6 to 8 years (to 2018)

RECIPES |   Try this wine with venison, other game and beef dishes such as Cassoulet or Beef Bourgogne.

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