Wine Oyster Bay, Marlborough Pinot Noir, 2016
Reviews of purchase Oyster Bay, Marlborough Pinot Noir, 2016
The wine is dark red in color.
The wine has a beverage, juicy taste with a silky texture and a spicy aftertaste.
The aroma of wine is filled with fragrant notes of cherries, red berries and violet colors.
Wine is served with meat, poultry, Asian cuisine.
Oyster Bay, Marlborough Pinot Noir, 2012 - harmonious red wine with silky tannins, smooth taste and fragrant aroma. Wine is served in Asian dishes, it is recommended to eat the young.
For the production of red wine Oyster Bay Marlborough Pinot Noir ripe berries are used Pinot Noir, gathered in the spring with the young vines (7-15 years). Vineyards with Pinot Noir are located in the valleys of Avater and Vairano, the harvest of each plot is in focus throughout the entire process of vinification. To create a wine used traditional methods such as removing stalks, pressing, fermentation in oak barrels and steel tanks, maceration and malolactic fermentation in new and old French oak barrels. The process of vinification and aging semi decanting young wines.
Competition Dallas Morning News & TexSom Wine Competition - Gold Medal (February 2013);
Competition San Francisco International Wine Competition - Gold Medal (June 2009);
Competition San Francisco International Wine Competition - Gold Medal (June 2007);
Competition The Vintage Cellars National Wine Show of Australia - a gold medal in the category "2005 Dry Red" (2006);
Competition Vintage Cellars National Wine Show of Australia - a gold medal and award "Top in Class" (2005)
Winery "Oyster Bay", whose owner is a family-owned company Delegat's Wine Estate, was founded in 1990. It is called the nearest Bay winery, located on the tip of the South Island (Marlborough, New Zealand). To date, "Oyster Bay" - is part of a group Delegat's Wine and one of the three leading manufacturers of premium wines in New Zealand.
The main part of the vineyards "Oyster Bay" is located in the valleys of Vairano and Avater (region of Marlborough), known for its magnificent terroir with a cool and sunny seaside climate and rocky alluvial soils. The vineyards are grown in Marlborough Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir. Also, in 1990 in the eastern part of the North Island (region Hawkes Bay) were broken new plantation companies. Here, on the sunny land, the soil consisting of gravel, sand and silt, mainly located vineyards with Merlot.
Winery "Oyster Bay" is built directly on the territory of vineyards and equipped with the latest technological equipment. Potential production wineries - up to 20 million liters of wine per year. For several decades now "Oyster Bay" were produced sparkling wine "Sparkling Cuvee" and monosortovye wines from Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Merlot and Pinot Noir.
According to a leading London-based wine critic Michael Kaim, wine "Oyster Bay" - it is "an elusive dream illusion" that combines pure fruit tones of one of the world's best wine regions.