Wine Huia, Pinot Noir, 2013
Reviews of purchase Huia, Pinot Noir, 2013
The wine is dark red with ruby highlights.
The wine has a generous, harmonious taste with silky tannins, soft texture, notes of ripe fruit and dark berries, vanilla, smoke and spices in a persistent aftertaste.
The aroma of wine is juicy, bright, with hints of ripe fruit, dark berries and vanilla.
Wine is fine as an aperitif, as well as in combination with game, poultry, fish, risotto and cheeses.
Huia, Pinot Noir - a dry red wine made from Pinot Noir grapes grown in the Brancott Valley and Wairau Valley. For the production of wine using grapes from both the old (over 20 years) and young vines. Hand-picked grapes are pressed and placed in steel tanks, after 4 days the grapes are inoculated with wine yeast, after which fermentation begins. After 2 weeks, the wine is filtered and placed in oak barrels for fermentation and aging. Pinot Noir wine is excellent as an aperitif, as well as in combination with game, poultry, fish, risotto and cheeses.
Claire and Mike Allan bought land in 1990 and moved to New Zealand. After 4 years, the first vineyards were planted, and in 1996 the first harvest of grapes was harvested. So there was a winery Huia Vineyards . When growing grapes adhere to the principles of organic farming. Animals graze in the vineyards, wild flowers, grapes, trees and other plants grow. The company seeks to produce high-quality wines in which the creation process is as natural as possible. Winemaking waste is used for fertilizing land.