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The Crossings Pinot Noir Marlborough 2009

External Review by We Speak Wine:

Color: Resplendent ruby red hue through to the core of the wine.Bouquet: Finely poised aromas of red cherry, spice, raspberry and gentle smokiness.Palate: Vibrantly intense with a full rich and silky mid-palate. Very persistent finish.Food Pairing: South Island lamb shoulder, with beetroot chutney and new potatoes. - Winery

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The Crossings:
A special place where early European settlers first crossed the fast flowing waters of the Awatere River in Marlborough, New Zealand. The Crossings was founded by a group of wine lovers who dreamed of crafting outstanding wines from grapes grown in the picturesque Awatere Valley in the Marlborough region at the north eastern tip of the South Island of New Zealand. Their dream was realised in ... Read more
A special place where early European settlers first crossed the fast flowing waters of the Awatere River in Marlborough, New Zealand. The Crossings was founded by a group of wine lovers who dreamed of crafting outstanding wines from grapes grown in the picturesque Awatere Valley in the Marlborough region at the north eastern tip of the South Island of New Zealand. Their dream was realised in 2001 with the first vintage of The Crossings. Today, with three superb vineyards producing Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir and a state-of-the-art winery, The Crossings wines have an enviable reputation for quality in several of the world's most discerning markets. The 143 hectare (353 acres) estate is planted on three distinctive vineyards, each on alluvial river terraces, on the northern bank of the Awatere River. Read less

External Reviews for The Crossings Pinot Noir Marlborough

External Review
Source: We Speak Wine
11/04/2014

Color: Resplendent ruby red hue through to the core of the wine.Bouquet: Finely poised aromas of red cherry, spice, raspberry and gentle smokiness.Palate: Vibrantly intense with a full rich and silky mid-palate. Very persistent finish.Food Pairing: South Island lamb shoulder, with beetroot chutney and new potatoes. - Winery




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