Spy Valley Pinot Noir Marlborough 2010
Pinot Noir is hand-harvested from vines in our Marlborough vineyard, gently separated from the stems and fermented in small, traditional open-top vats. These vats are hand-plunged to extract colour and tannin, and after pressing the wine is aged in French oak barrels. Fruit-driven in style with soft tannins and spicy oak. Colour Garnet. Bouquet: Red fruits, plum and sweet cherry are underpinned with fragrant notes of spice and dried sage. Palate: Fruit forward with a long supple structure, licorice and cocoa notes are typical of our vineyard site.
External Reviews for Spy Valley Pinot Noir Marlborough
Naturally fermented and then aged in oak barrel for 8 months, the 2010 Spy Valley Pinot Noir reveals a ruby-purple color and aromas of warm strawberries, macerated cranberries and red cherries with a hint of forest floor. Medium bodied with mouth-filling red berry flavors, it is well supported by finely grained tannins and refreshing acidity, finishing long and a little spicy. Drink it now through 2015+.
Digs deep into the spice box, with nutmeg, clove and allspice flavors that perfectly frame the ripe, supple wild black cherry and raspberry notes. Comes together on a supple frame, with plenty of staying power on the finish. Drink now through 2015.
Food Pairings for Spy Valley Pinot Noir Marlborough
Best Wine Deals
Pinot Noir Top Lists
Waterbrook Reserve Merlot (2012)Cellared
Hazaña Viñas Viejas Rioja (2014)Reviewed
Spam up the gazoo!Replied
Running With Scissors Central Coast Cabernet Sauvignon 2013 (2013)Reviewed
Churchill's Estates Douro Red (2011)Reviewed
Weekday Wines - Post Pictures of your SelectionsReplied
Meet me in NapaReplied
Corvo Red (2013)Wishlisted
Heavyweight Red ' (2011)Reviewed
Lavis Dipinti Pinot Nero/Noir Trentino (2008)Listed