Isabel EstatePinot Noir 2020

Product code: 11910
£22.35 inc VAT
£134.10 / case of 6
Country
Country: New Zealand
Region
Region: Marlborough
Sub-Region
Sub-Region: Wairau Valley
Type
Type: Red Wine
Winery
Alcohol
Alcohol: 13.7%
Volume
Volume: 750 ml
Winemaker
Winemaker: Jeremy McKenzie & Josh Hammond
Grape
Grape: Pinot Noir
Grape: 100% Pinot Noir
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Country
Country: New Zealand
Region
Region: Marlborough
Sub-Region
Sub-Region: Wairau Valley
Type
Type: Red Wine
Winery
Alcohol
Alcohol: 13.7%
Volume
Volume: 750 ml
Winemaker
Winemaker: Jeremy McKenzie & Josh Hammond
Grape
Grape: Pinot Noir
Grape: 100% Pinot Noir

Product Notes

Isabel Estate Pinot Noir is a magnificent wine hailing from Marlborough, New Zealand. It showcases a ruby red hue, brimming with enticing, rich aromas of ripe cherry and plum, coupled with subtle hints of exotic spices. This Pinot Noir is graceful on the palate, glowing with sensuous notes of red fruits, framed by well-balanced acidity and tender, finely-grained tannins. With its full-bodied elegance and excellent longevity, it is a marvellous treat savoured on its own or paired with a hearty lamb dish. Isabel Estate Pinot Noir embodies the purest form of winemaking passion and tradition.

Tasting Notes

A captivating ruby red in colour matches an aromatic nose that unveils itself with layers of wild flowers, perfumed violets and red cherry notes. Concentrated flavours of black cherry, Kalamata olive and dried herb intertwine with sinewy tannins and judiciously selected French oak to create a long, memorable finish. Attractive in its youth with fruit purity, it will make an equally great sleeper with bottle age developing extra complexity.

About the Winery

Isabel Estate

Isabel Estate is an acclaimed winery nestled in the heart of Marlborough, New Zealand. Backed by a rich history of wine cultivation, and an unfaltering commitment to quality, today, it is among the pioneers in the global wine industry.

The Estate was established in 1980 and quickly gained recognition for producing premium wines, particularly its Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay varieties. Their delectable bottles serve as testament to the meticulous quality control measures they implement and their significant investment in advanced wine-making technologies. Just a few stunning vintages under their belt, and Isabel Estate already became one to draw attention from wine connoisseurs and enthusiasts alike.

The winery boasts an incredible cellar door experience, where visitors can not only taste their exquisite wines but also gain insights into their formidable wine-making process. Impressively, the Estate believes in cultivating an intimate relationship between the wine and the drinker, and as such, their personable staff gives a detailed overview of each wine’s story - from grape to glass. It's an experience that's deeply engaging and educational, too.

Something unique about Isabel Estate is their passion for sustainable farming. They practice eco-friendly farming methods that help preserve the environment's natural equilibrium and use organic fertilisers. In doing so, they ensure the integrity of their vineyards and, consequently, the quality of each and every bottle they produce.

In 2014, the winery took another progressive step and launched 'Wild Barrique Ferment'. A traditional wine-making method representative of their commitment to innovation and preserving the authenticity of the wine's character.

Whether you're a seasoned wine expert or a curious beginner, Isabel Estate offers something for everyone. It's an exemplary destination where wine, sustainability, heritage, and innovation harmoniously coalesce. When it comes to taste, you can't go wrong with a bottle of Isabel Estate wine, as every sip is a harmonious symphony of well-balanced flavours and a testament to the mastery of their wine-makers.

https://www.isabelestate.co.nz

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