Wine Wild Rock, "Cupids Arrow" Pinot Noir, 2009
Reviews of purchase Wild Rock, "Cupids Arrow" Pinot Noir, 2009
Wine clear garnet color with a crimson hue.
On the palate the wine felt silky tannins, dressed in juicy notes of ripe fruit and fragrant berries, and a long complex finish.
In the bright flavor of wine contains fresh notes of raspberry, cherry, thyme, and cinnamon powder.
The wine will be the perfect pair of venison, lamb, lamb.
Pinot Noir for "Kyupid's Arrow" going with the best vines vineyard in Central Otago in part by hand (80%), partially - mechanized. After desteblirovaniya and fermentation in steel tanks, the wine is aged on the lees in French oak barrels, of which 30% - a new, within 9 months. After filtration, the wine was bottled in March 2009. Storage capacity of wine is 5 years after graduation.
"Cupid's Arrow" Pinot Noir - The arrow of Cupid go straight to your heart. When it comes to the production of Pinot Noir Central Otago called the "Holy Grail of New Zealand", as this wild land is ideal for growing grapes of high quality. Wine is perfect for major events - weddings or other celebrations.
Pinot Noir for a long time in the shadow of a rich red wines from the New World, but today the wines from Pinot Noir became the favorite in many homes, cafes and restaurants around the world. New Zealand has won two of the best regions for the production of fine wine from this most capricious grape varieties - Martinborough and Central Otago, located in the southernmost wine-growing region of the world. Winery "Wild Rock" has some of the best vineyards in each of these regions.
Winery "Wild Rock", is a manufacturer of a variety of regional wines, has magnificent vineyards in different regions of New Zealand: Hawkes Bay, Martinborough, Marlborough, Central Otago. Take care of the vineyards using only organic methods. At two plants "Wild Rock", built in Hawke's Bay, made small batches of delicious quality wines, each of which has its own unique flavor and character. Basements are equipped with modern equipment, by-products are stored for composting and, ultimately, return to the vineyards. The winery is accredited SWNZ - Association "Sustainable Winegrowing New Zealand", which controls the environmental and product quality.