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Greywacke Pinot Noir Marlborough 2013

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94 points James Suckling: A bright, crunchy and slightly earthy pinot that comes from the Southern Valleys of Marlborough. This has a spiced-red-cherry and smoky edge as well as raspberries and red plums. The palate's very composed and settled, and the 20% whole bunch use is evident but really nicely worked into the wine. The tannins are assertive yet smooth thanks to clay soils; they frame red-cherry fruit and engender a succulent texture. Drink now and for 5+ years. (8/12/16)

Region: New Zealand
Winery: Greywacke
Color: Red
Varietal: Pinot Noir
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94 points James Suckling: A bright, crunchy and slightly earthy pinot that comes from the Southern Valleys of Marlborough. This has a spiced-red-cherry and smoky edge as well as raspberries and red plums. The palate's very composed and settled, and the 20% whole bunch use is evident but really nicely worked into the wine. The tannins are assertive yet smooth thanks to clay soils; they frame red-cherry fruit and engender a succulent texture. Drink now and for 5+ years. (8/12/16)

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