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Trinity Hill Hawkes Bay Pinot Noir 2014

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Situated on the east coast of the North Island of New Zealand. Trinity Hill is a partnership between John Hancock, Robert and Robyn Wilson (owners of London’s Bleeding Heart and The Don restaurants) and Aucklanders Trevor and Hanne Janes. Three founding partners, hence the name “Trinity Hill”. Highly regarded for his all round abilities in both the cellar and vineyard, John Hancock has extensive experience in Australia, France and New Zealand. The fruit was hand harvested from a vineyard in the Te Awanga region of Hawke's Bay. This Pinot Noir has black fruits, such as plums, blackcurrant and cherry entwined with wet earth and smoky oak notes. These classic varietal characteristics found on the nose are reaffirmed on the palate. The firm, dry tannins give the wine excellent structure, while the degree of ripeness adds depth, complexity and a silky texture found in few wines. All of which lends itself to a delicious middle palate and long length. Matches well with spicy Chinese and more traditional dishes such as duck and pork. Try spatchcock chicken with green beans and cajun potato.

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Situated on the east coast of the North Island of New Zealand. Trinity Hill is a partnership between John Hancock, Robert and Robyn Wilson (owners of London’s Bleeding Heart and The Don restaurants) and Aucklanders Trevor and Hanne Janes. Three founding partners, hence the name “Trinity Hill”. Highly regarded for his all round abilities in both the cellar and vineyard, John Hancock has extensive experience in Australia, France and New Zealand. The fruit was hand harvested from a vineyard in the Te Awanga region of Hawke's Bay. This Pinot Noir has black fruits, such as plums, blackcurrant and cherry entwined with wet earth and smoky oak notes. These classic varietal characteristics found on the nose are reaffirmed on the palate. The firm, dry tannins give the wine excellent structure, while the degree of ripeness adds depth, complexity and a silky texture found in few wines. All of which lends itself to a delicious middle palate and long length. Matches well with spicy Chinese and more traditional dishes such as duck and pork. Try spatchcock chicken with green beans and cajun potato.

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