2007 Felton Road - Pinot Noir Cornish Point 750ml

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Professional Reviews For This Wine

International Wine Cellar | Rating: 93

Good full red. Inviting nose offers wild berries, spices and meat. Fat, lush and sweet, offering a superb combination of textural richness and energy. A real fruit and spice bomb of a pinot. Finishes with explosive, lingering berry fruit.

Author: Stephen Tanzer

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Average rating: 93, based on 1 reviews

Collector Data For This Wine

134 bottles owned by 35 collectors.

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About This Producer

Situated in the world's most southerly wine growing region, Central Otago, Felton Road has built a reputation as one of New Zealand's premier producers. Blair Walter heads the winemaking team, which focuses its efforts on Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, and Riesling, all grown on gentle, north-facing slopes in Bannockburn. The team at Felton Road has been an adherent of biodynamic and organic viticulture since planting their first vineyard in 1991. Recently "discovered" by Robert Parker and other American critics, these handmade, expressive wines are truly at the forefront of Central Otago's wine wave.

Wine Varietal: Pinot Noir

Notorious for its fickle growing patterns, Pinot Noir vines prefer long, cool growing conditions and tend to mutate easily, leaving behind numerous clones and inconsistent flavor profiles. Although it is one of the three major varieties used in Champagne production, Burgundy is the traditional home of Pinot Noir. The 30-mile stretch of hills known as the Cote d'Or is valued as the world's premier production area. Pinot Noir is planted all over the world. In the United States, Sonoma, the Russian River Valley, Carneros and the Willamette Valley produce top-notch wines from this variety. Other notable countries include New Zealand, Australia, and Chile. Typical descriptors for Pinot Noir include strawberry, raspberry, cherry, mushroom, and meaty notes.

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