Wine Rapaura Springs, Pinot Noir Reserve, Marlborough, 2017
Reviews of purchase Rapaura Springs, Pinot Noir Reserve, Marlborough, 2017
The wine is dark ruby color with a cherry tint.
The wine has a generous, soft, rich taste with a predominance of ripe cherry accents, decorated with attractive smoky strokes and spicy hints. Elegant, silky tannin blends well with bright fruity notes and beautifully develops into a long, elegant aftertaste.
In the intense, enchanting and deep aroma of wine, notes of dark berries and juicy fruit nuances are highlighted. The bouquet is shaded by the streaks of oak and a gentle touch of spices.
Wine will be an excellent addition for meat dishes, grilled fish, grilled vegetables. It is well combined with pates, roast venison under mushroom sauce, goat cheese.
Pinot Noir grape varieties for the Rapaura Springs Pinot Noir Reserve wine are grown in four premium vineyards located in the Marlborough region. Soils here are rich in clayey rocks, which provides future wines with excellent structure and concentration. Harvest is harvested when berries have reached optimal maturity, and are sent in small portions to the winery. There, grapes are also vinified in portions. In the process of fermentation 2-3 times a day immerse the "cap" to intensify the extraction process. Extract is carried out in oak barrels and lasts 9 months. After that, the wine is assembled, connecting all parts, and is additionally kept for another 4 months before bottling.
Rapaury Springs, Pinot Noir Reserve is the Gold Medal winner of the New Zealand International Wine Show in 2016.
Rapaura Springs - New Zealand winery, representing the popular winemaking region - Marlborough. The winery received its name in honor of the eponymous birthmark - Rapaury, which, flowing through the vineyards, is the source of the purest water for the growing vines. The philosophy of the company is a careful approach to the whole process of growing grapes and a reverent attitude to nature. The goal of the winery is to introduce consumers to the peculiarities of the Marlboro subregions, successfully embodying varietal characteristics in their products.