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Rating: 94 Pts James Suckling - Jamessuckling.comSize:750ML
Region: North Island Country:New Zealand
Varietals: Pinot Noir ABV:13.5%

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94 Pts James Suckling - Jamessuckling.com

"Here the cooler year was expressed as a finer, fragrant pinot for Ata Rangi with bright perfume, orange zest, pomegranate, light red and pink fruits, meaty, savory elements and a distinctive peppery edge. The oak is very fragrant too. Quite tightly cut on the palate, this is built on layered, ripe tannins and a bright, acidic crunch that holds quite evenly _ this will fill out nicely in the years ahead. Drink in 2018." (07/14)

91 Pts Wine Spectator

"Strikes a terrific balance between vibrant cherry and berry flavors and more savory elements of forest floor, white pepper, eucalyptus and dried tobacco. The muscular tannins impart solid grip on the finish. Drink now through 2025. 3,000 cases made. -MW" (2014)


"The relatively cool 2012 season has delivered a very poised and elegant pinot with a delicious red fruit entry followed by notes of plum, red-currant, fresh herbs, hints of truffle and meaty chacuterie. Still young and firm, and more savoury than sweet-fruited, the wine opens in the glass to show a medley of classic pinot aromas and flavours. With beautifully fine tannin structure and length, the 2012 will further develop in the cellar to a more savoury, gamey expression of pinot."

"In producing our two pinots, grapes from vines that range in age from 10 - 30 years are meticulously hand-sorted as they arrive at the winery, with individual blocks and clones fermented separately. About ten months later a blind tasting, barrel by barrel, decides the first cut. Younger vine fruit tends to end up in Crimson while the original old home block 'Gumboot Clone' and best plots of Dijon Clone invariably have the extra weight and complexity that we favour for the main label Ata Rangi Noir. Martinborough's deep, lean, free-draining gravels, high wind run, low rainfall and exposure to the southern ocean means average pinot noir yields here are the lowest in the country. These factors, along with the significant age of our vines, contribute to the consistency of quality year after year and to the unique and distinctive 'sense of place'." -Winery