Country : New Zealand
Region : Marlborough
Style : Red Wine
Grape : Pinot Noir
Volume : 750 ml
Alcohol : 13.0%
Succulent & plump on the palate with soft, silky tannins. Round mouthfeel, offering bright, youthful red fruits intensity, well-integrated texture, and supple, long finishing. A very approachable, fruit-driven Pinot Noir best served slightly chilled.
Pairs well with grilled chicken, BBQ meat, tomato based pasta, hamburger, pizza
Awards / Reviews:
- 90/100 pts / 4.5 stars - Sam Kim of Wine Orbit
The Story behind the Wine
New Zealand is unique, and so are our wines. Our special combination of soil, climate and water, our innovative pioneering spirit and our commitment to quality all come together to deliver pure, intense and diverse wines. At Snapper Rock we source fruit from two of New Zealand's most famous wine producing areas, Marlborough, at the top of the South Island and the Hawkes Bay, on the east coast of the North Island.
Hawkes Bay’s alluvial plains, high sunshine hours and long ripening season create the ideal terroir for full bodied reds and it’s become a magnet for wine tourism.
Marlborough’s rolling valleys carved by ancient riverbeds and bright, long summer days with cool nights are ideal for the production of crisp, zesty whites and suave cool climate reds. Sauvignon Blanc propelled Marlborough onto the international stage and has ensured rapid growth over the last twenty years. We’re one of a small bevy of boutique producers tending special blocks within the valleys, always looking to unleash Marlborough’s potential, and crafting wines of the land, pure, taut and focused.