- NZ Pinot Noir
- 91 Points Wine Orbit 2018
- Crisp red fruit and fine tannins
Russian Jack Martinborough Pinot Noir (6 - Bottle) 2017 x6
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Slow roasted duck with all the trimmings
Aromas of cherry and bright plum.
Crisp red fruit complimented by a pleasant acidity and fine tannins that follow through to the finish.
Russian Jack (1878 - 1968) was a much loved 'gentleman of the road' who carried his life in huge sacks upon his shoulders. During fruit harvest this mysterious man was welcomed onto the farms around Martinborough where he picked fruit into old age. He was honoured by the local population who built a bronze statue to his memory Martinborough is a sub-region in the center of Wairarapa, at the southern tip of New Zealand's North Island. A rural area with dramatic cliffs carved out by the Ruamahanga River over thousands of years outline the flat plains between. Although it only accounts for a mere 1% of New Zealand's total wine production, its warm summers, chilly winters, dry climate and mineral-laden rocky soils make it a premier location for growing some of the world's best Pinot Noir and Sauvignon Blanc.
Call 1800 500 260 to purchase a single bottle for $25.00 (plus delivery)