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Pegasus Bay Pinot Noir 2010 / 2012 75 cl
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- It is robust, but refined and savoury/spicy overtones linger in the after-taste
- Good vintage pinot noir with modest crop levels of beautifully ripened fruit, which has given the wine excellent depth and concentration
- It was made entirely naturally using traditional Burgundian methods, without the addition of any micro-organisms
- On release the wine has a deep carmine colour
- It was awarded 5 Stars by Raymond Chan August 2013 and 92/100 points by Wine Advocate October 2012
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This La Nina season was warm and dry, resulting in beautiful physiologically ripe fruit. Pegasus Bay used traditional Burgundian winemaking methods, including fermentation in small vats by the grapes own microorganisms and ageing in French oak barriques for 18 months. The bouquet and flavour suggest raspberries, blackberries cherries and purple plums. These are supported by a savoury complexity, reminiscent of grilled mushrooms, roast game and black olive tapenade. The wine is powerful, yet elegant and understated with an even flow of fine grained tannins across the palate. A whisper of dark chocolate lingers in the mouth long after swallowing. Careful cellaring should bring out a range of other fascinating nuances is a wine develops.