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Pinot Noir - Mohua
|ALCOHOL BY VOLUME: 13.5%||GRAPE: PINOT NOIR|
|VINTAGE: 2015||REGION: CENTRAL OTAGO, NEW ZEALAND|
There's a lot of competition between France and New Zealand as to who produces the best Pinot Noir - this makes a strong case for the Kiwis.
Cherries, blackberry and vanilla come together in a silky mouthful that will go well with hearty meaty dishes and roasted vegetables.
Fun fact: The bird on the label is actually called the 'Mohua' - an endangered species native to the South Island which the winery works towards protecting.