DRY RIVER PINOT NOIR MARTINBOROUGH 18

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Dry River Wines was one of the first four vineyards and wineries in Martinborough and Pinot Noir is the most important grape there today, representing the majority of vines planted but a mere third of the winery's annual production. 

The winery was founded by scientist Dr Neil McCallum, who later sold it and the winemaking is now headed up by Wilco Lam and Sam Rouse, who are refining the bold powerful style of PInot Noirs made at Dry River to produce an altogether more elegant, refreshing and medium bodied expression of this great French grape variety.
This wine is the start of a more refined Pinot Noir from Dry River and while it drinks well now, winemaker Wilco recommends cellaring for three to five years.

It was bottled unfined and unfiltered in order to safeguard aromatics and structure. This means a deposit may form in the bottom of the bottle over time.


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