Kim Crawford Pinot Noir Marlborough Anderson Vineyard 2007

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

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

Flavors of cherry and wild strawberry, silky tannins, and a light kiss of oak all hang in perfect balance here, and the finish lingers. Another in ... Read more

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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
03/06/2009

Flavors of cherry and wild strawberry, silky tannins, and a light kiss of oak all hang in perfect balance here, and the finish lingers. Another in a string of tremendous efforts from one of the most talented Pinot Noir producers in New Zealand.


External Review
10/15/2009

This Pinot Noir is an aromatic wine with black cherries and red currants on the nose, complex with integrated oak and a smoky bacon character.


External Review
02/25/2010

Kim Crawford Pinot Noir Marlborough 2007: Empfohlene Serviertemperatur: 16-18°C, in Barriques gereift, lagerfähig 5 - 7 Jahre ab Jahrgang,Jahrgang: 2007Inhalt: 0,75 LRegion: MartinboroughWeingut: Kim Crawford WinesRebsorte: 100% Pinot NoirRestzucker: 2 g/LiterRestsäure: 6,5 g/LiterAlkoholgehalt: 13,5 % Rotwein


External Review
01/04/2012

A slightly chunky Pinot Noir, with sturdy black cherry fruit, mushroomy overtones and a cedary touch. Itrsquo;s full-bodied and mouthfilling, just lacks an extra measure of elegance, showing off some rough edges on the finish.


External Review
06/22/2011

Palish red. Sweet red berries and spices on the nose. Ripe, high-toned and easygoing, with a creamy sweetness to the flavors of cherry and orange peel. I enjoyed this wine's seamless mid-palate texture but marked it down a bit for slightly dry tannins.


External Review
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
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.


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Winemaker's Notes:

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.

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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