Kim Crawford Pinot Noir Marlborough Anderson Vineyard 2007

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New Zealand is now acknowledged as one of the few countries to have successfully come to grips with this fickle, but supremely aristocratic grape variety. A combination of dry and moderate climates gives near perfect cool climate growing conditions and assists with the intense varietal characters in Marlborough grapes. This wine puts the NOIR into Pinot; a fine combination of dark cherries and red fruit abound. This is a fruit focused and velvety wine with rich flavours and soft tannins. Lean meats such as veal, venison or turkey, are a great match.

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Kim Crawford Wines:
One of the reasons why New Zealand Sauvignon Blancs have taken the world by storm. Delightful to the point of exuberance, this is a great wine for drinking alone of with lighter fare.
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Coconut Rice Sweet Potato Cheesecake

RiceSelect's creamy Arborio gets blended with sweet potato, coconut milk and vanilla to create this decadent cheesecake. Pairs well with Saunternes; a white dessert wine that has hints of coconut from aging in oak barrels.

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Member Reviews for Kim Crawford Pinot Noir Marlborough Anderson Vineyard

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Snooth User: pmurz
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2.00 5
07/23/2008

Too young right now. Overwhelming acidity makes it seem carbonated.


Snooth User: crawford fan
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0.00 5
01/01/2010

I have to agree with pmurz, it did seem to be carbonated.


External Reviews for Kim Crawford Pinot Noir Marlborough Anderson Vineyard

External Review
Source: Premier Wine & Spirits
05/23/2011

Medium-bodied, with juicy cherry, blackberry and ripe strawberry fruit. There's just a touch of oak to give this new world Pinot depth and complexity. The lingering notes of earth and wood entice you to take another sip.


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Source: Premier Wine & Spirits
05/23/2011

Light and appealing, with lots of mulberry, raspberry and gentle green herb flavors that linger on the smoothly polished finish. Drink now through 2007.


External Review
Source: Premier Wine & Spirits
05/23/2011

Frost trimmed the yields in 2005, seemingly adding an extra layer of concentration to this wine. While still not a heavyweight, it's a lush, layered wine with slightly meaty nuances to its plum and cola flavors. Good length on the finish.


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Source: Premier Wine & Spirits
05/23/2011

For the price, this is a good introduction to NZ Pinot Noir, showing a smooth mouthfeel and smoky. briary complexities layered over tangy beet and cherry fruit.


External Review
01/17/2011

Pinot Noir Marlborough 2007 - Kim Crawford: Pinot Noir Marlborough 2007 - Rotwein von Kim Crawford WinesDieser Pinot Noir präsentiert sich herrlich aromatisch, mit roten Johannisbeeren und Schwarzkirschen, die von perfekt eingebundenen Eichenoten und rauchigen Noten untermalt werden. Den Gaumen verwöhnt eine opulente Frucht, die von einer festen Tanninstruktur getragen wird. Der Pinot Noir Marlborough 2007 Kim Crawford Wines passt hervorragend zu dunklem Fleisch, Räucherlachs, gegrilltem Lachs und gegrilltem Gemüse.Weingut: Kim Crawford WinesLand: NeuseelandRegion: MartinboroughRebsorte: 100% Pinot NoirInhalt: 0,75 lAlkoholgehalt: 13,5 Vol.%Säuregehalt: 6,5 g/lRestsüße: 2,0 g/lFassreife: in Barriques gereift Lagerfähigkeit: 5-7 Jahre ab JahrgangEmpfohlene Serviertemperatur: 16-18 °CAuszeichnungen für den Kim Crawford Pinot Noir Marlborough 2007:87 Punkte - Wine Spectator Rotwein > Neuseeland > Martinborough


External Review
Source: Premier Wine & Spirits
05/23/2011

It's a simple, fruit-driven Pinot, but it's well done in its idiom, with black cherry fruit carried by a plump mouthfeel and supple tannins. Finishes crisp, making it versatile at the table and worth trying with salmon or tuna. Drink now.


External Review
Source: Premier Wine & Spirits
05/23/2011

Light and refined, with earthy, peppery cherry flavors that echo on the fine-grained finish. Drink now through 2004.


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New Zealand is now acknowledged as one of the few countries to have successfully come to grips with this fickle, but supremely aristocratic grape variety. A combination of dry and moderate climates gives near perfect cool climate growing conditions and assists with the intense varietal characters in Marlborough grapes. This wine puts the NOIR into Pinot; a fine combination of dark cherries and red fruit abound. This is a fruit focused and velvety wine with rich flavours and soft tannins. Lean meats such as veal, venison or turkey, are a great match.

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