Neudorf Moutere Pinot Noir has a reputation for elegance and ageability. This vintage continues the evolution under winemaker Todd Stevens. It’s fragrant; expressing plums, exotic spice, cracked pepper, Horopito for kiwis, brambles, mānuka bark and wood smoke. It’s rich but not overblown. The tannins are finely tuned and chiselled creating a wine which is groomed and precise.

The Pinot Noir story in New Zealand has been changing as vine age takes hold and we celebrate Pinot of true beauty and restraint. We seek a melange of perfectly integrated flavours. In the Moutere we are happy to see Pinots with a refreshing, juicy acidity. Definitely deserving breast of duck, rack of lamb or grilled mushroom.

Deeply spicy, darker fruits and earthy notes are matched with a handy, sappy thread. Lots of aromatic layers here. The palate’s unashamedly built on clay-driven tannins. Reliably shaped and building through to the finish. All darker cherries here. Rating: 94 Points; Nick Stock;

Glace cherry and cherry, baking spices, dried flower perfume, touch of cedar. Medium bodied, silky and fine, with emery board tannin, balanced acidity, cool delivery of flavour and a finish replete with red fruits, spice and a smattering of dried herbs. So composed. So seductive. Tasted: Feb 17; Price: $70; Closure: Screwcap;  Rated: 94 Points; Gary Walsh; The Wine Front



SKU 10846
Brand Neudorf
Shipping Weight 1.3333kg
Unit Of Measure ea

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