SADDLEBACK PINOT NOIR CENTRAL OTAGO 18
Saddleback Pinot Noir is named after the bold and beautiful South Island Saddleback, a native bird to New Zealand. And the wine is also a bold one, representing a fruity expression of Pinot Noir from Central Otago. It's a blend of grapes from the region, including 39% Pinot Noir from Bendigo, 50% from Pisa and 11% from the Gibbston Valley, home to the winery's cellar door.
This soft and fresh Pinot Noir is made from 100% destemmed grapes which were aged for 10 months in French oak.
It's made to drink now and in the next two to three years.