2014 Craggy Range Te Muna Road Pinot Noir
Martinborough, New Zealand

Lovely and soft on the palate with fairly ripe red fruits, medium-bodied, good finish with some nice tannins.

2014 Craggy Range Te Muna Road Pinot Noir


$44.99 as part of a mixed case.

Volume Discount
1-5 $49.99
6-11 $44.99
12+ $42.49

24+ bottles available.

Winemaker's Notes
"Bright aromas of cherry, raspberry, dried sage and a hint of smoke make for an enticing nose. On the palate the taut, focussed fruit tannin sits seamlessly in this medium weight wine with a silky savoury finish."

Technical Notes
"Hand-harvested and fermented in stainless steel and oak open top tanks using indigenous yeast. Aged 10 months in French oak barriques, 32% new. Unfined, filtered. 14% alc."

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