Mt. Difficulty Pinot Noir Central Otago Long Gully 2009

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92 points Lisa Perrotti-Brown (Wine Advocate): Ruby in color, the 2009 Long Gully Pinot Noir displays youthfully mute...

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Woodland Hills Wine Company
Woodland Hills, CA (2,400 mi)
USD 64.88
750ml
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The 2009 shows deep colors that are just opaque at the core. With a hint of sweet fruit and chocolate on the nose, some classic Otago dusty spices ... Read more

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Source: JJ Buckley Fine Wines
01/13/2012

The 2009 shows deep colors that are just opaque at the core. With a hint of sweet fruit and chocolate on the nose, some classic Otago dusty spices lay underneath. There is some subtle structure here with a core of soft fruit at the palate that mainta... Chuck Hayward. A Pinot Noir wine from Otago in New Zealand. 2009 Mt. Difficulty Pinot Noir Long Gully 750ml


Winemaker's Notes:

92 points Lisa Perrotti-Brown (Wine Advocate): Ruby in color, the 2009 Long Gully Pinot Noir displays youthfully mute red cherry and red plum notes with subtle hints of beets, tree bark, moss and Ceylon tea. Medium bodied, it leads with structure on the palate with a firm level of grainy tannins and lively acidity supporting concentrated red berry and earth flavors, finishing long. It should drink best 2012 to 2017+. (Oct 2011)

92 points Lisa Perrotti-Brown (Wine Advocate): Ruby in color, the 2009 Long Gully Pinot Noir displays youthfully mute red cherry and red plum notes with subtle hints of beets, tree bark, moss and Ceylon tea. Medium bodied, it leads with structure on the palate with a firm level of grainy tannins and lively acidity supporting concentrated red berry and earth flavors, finishing long. It should drink best 2012 to 2017+. (Oct 2011)

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