Lawson's Dry Hills Reserve
Pinot Noir 2012
Winemaker: Marcus Wright/Rebecca Wiffen
Alcohol: 13.5% pH: 3.62 RS: nil
TA: 6.2g/L Brix: 24.3 - 25.5
The superb red berry and cherry fruit characters are complemented by sweet, spicy oak notes. This wine has a rich opulence, wonderfully ripe fine tannins and great concentration that together produce a powerful yet elegant wine.
The focused palate and balanced acidity means that this wine will age very well over the next three
New Zealand lamb and game.
|Bottle Price: $28.00||Buy Now|
|Case Price (6 bottles): $168.00||Buy Now|
Awards & Reviews
Cuisine Magazine - New release.
BEST BUY - A heady aromatic broadside greets the nostrils, with oak spice, together with red and dark berry-fruit notes, playing a merry duet. In the mouth it is ripe and luscious, with the oak lending a mocha note and the generous tannins providing background murmur.
The National Business Review - The best 2013
Lawson's Dry Hills Reserve Pinot Noir 2012 - Across the board, Lawson's Dry Hills produce an exceptional array of wines at very good prices, this Pinot Noir being one. With its lovely floral aromatics and rich, complex, spicy palate it provides a fine example of where Marlborough Pinot Noir is heading. 2012 was a very successful vintage in Marlborough with the 2013 vintage promising to be even better.
Decanter World Wine Awards 2014 - Silver Medal
Spiegelau International Wine Competition 2014 - Gold Medal
International Wine Challenge 2014 (U.K.) - SILVER MEDAL
Bright,fleshy strawberry fruit with spicy oak. Good flavour concentration of beautiful Pinot Noir fruit.