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Te Wahi 2015 is a blend of two remarkable Central Otago vineyard sites. The Calvert vineyard, on Felton Road in Bannockburn, sits at an altitude of 230m above sea-level and has uniform silty loam soils, formed as part of an ancient lake bed. It produces elegant, sweetly-scented and silky wines. The Northburn vineyard, a sloping site on the East bank of Lake Dunstan that rises from 220m to 275m, has a mixture of three soil types, all of glacial origin. The site is warm and dry during the grape-growing season, with cool nights, creating large diurnal temperature shifts. Northburn yields architectural and generous wines.
On the nose it is fragrant bramble and wild strawberry notes with a hint of violet. On the palate it delivered an elegant core of concentrated damson and hedgerow fruit with fine tannins and vibrant freshness.
Enjoy with braised venison or similar dishes!
|wine grape||Pinot Noir|
|wine style||Light and Fruity Red|
|wine country||New Zealand|
|wine region||Central Otago|
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