Spencer Hill Nelson Blanc de Pinot Noir 2014

Rose from New Zealand - Nelson
Review Date : 01-Dec-2014
Moderately deep crimson-pink colot with light purple on edge. The nose is full with good weight and presence, the fruit aromas of raspberries and cherry fruit quite pure though a little restrained in aromatic lift. Minerally elements provide a mouthwatering freshness. Dryish to taste, this has a soft-textured core of raspberries with some creamy nuances and a subtle fruit pastille lift. The fruit has some richness and flows smoothly following a fine-textured line with soft, underlying acidity. The wine leads to a light, gently thirst-quenching finish with bitter cherry and quince nuances. This is a soft-textured, dryish rosé with gentle raspberry and cream flavours. Match with tapas or Asian cuisine over the next 18 months to 2 years. 100% Pinot Noir from estate Moutere hillside vineyards, given 48 hours skin contact and cool-fermented to 13.5% alc. and 8 g/L RS. 17.0/20 Dec 2014 RRP $21.00

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