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||91 Pts Allen Meadows - Burghound||Size:||750ML
91 Pts Allen Meadows - Burghound
"A gorgeously pure and elegant nose features essence of red pinot fruit with background spice hints. The supple yet finely detailed flavors possess a suave and sophisticated mouth feel where the generosity of the mid-palate is replaced by a tight but well-balanced finish that delivers excellent depth on the lingering finish. This built-to-age beauty delivers simply incredible quality for the very modest price."
"David and Leigh Teece founded Mt. Beautiful Vineyard in 2004 in a new wine region called Cheviot Hills, North Canterbury, which is located on the South Island of New Zealand. Sheltered from cool ocean breezes by the nearby Mt. Beautiful, the vines are situated on the north facing slopes of coastal foothills. Bottled under screwcap." (10/13)
"Vibrant ruby red colour with enticing fragrant aromas of black cherry, violets and dried herbs. The palate is moderately full bodied, expressive and supple with ripe bramble fruit, subtle tannins, great length and persistence of flavour. A classic Pinot Noir, which is approachable now but will reward the patient drinker for a number of years." -Winery
"The fruit for this Pinot Noir was de-stemmed and gravity fed to tank. Blocks were fermented separately, as blends of different clones to add complexity and aid integration of flavours. Seven days of cold soaking were followed by a fast ferment, with plunging twice a day to achieve an aromatic wine with good tannin balance. After two weeks of post-ferment maceration, the grapes were pressed, with free-run and pressings combined. The wine was then aged for 10 months in French oak barrels; 25% of which were new. The wine underwent Malo-lactic ferment in barrel and was racked once and lightly fined with egg whites prior to bottling." -Winery
"Cheviot Hills lies in North Canterbury, 100km north of Christchurch on State Highway 1 and 70km south of Kaikoura. The region became the focus of national attention in the 1890s, when a large local landholding â including the site of the current Mt Beautiful vineyard â became the first in the country to be divided and given away in small lots by ballot, following a new government policy. With the founding of Mt Beautiful vineyard by Teece Family Vineyards, the Cheviot Hills region enters a new phase of its history. Our hope is that our vineyard will help to further raise the profile of the region and assist in giving the local economy a vital boost." -Winery
This was also rated 89 points by the Wine Advocate, 88 points by the Wine Enthusiast, 87 points by both the Wine Spectator and the International Wine Cellar and 15.5 out of 20 points from Jancis Robinson's Purple Pages.