Leah Pinot Noir 2017 - Seresin


Leah Pinot Noir 2017


Awarded 93 points by Decanter Magazine, this Pinot Noir is handpicked from two low-yielding vineyards – Seresin only produce around two bottles’ worth per vine. Leah is named after the owner’s daughter, and is richly concentrated with cherries and berries. Fermented with wild yeast and aged in French oak for 11 months, the sun appears to shine from it revealing spices and wild herbs, while a freshness and vibrancy seems to blow through it like a crisp mountain wind. Seresin’s reds can be found on the wine lists of the finest restaurants around the world, simply because they are so food friendly. The refreshing acidity makes this a wonderful counterpoint to pork, duck or Chinese dishes with a touch of sweetness.

Established in the early 1990s, Seresin is one of New Zealand’s finest wine producers as well as a leading name in organic and biodynamic production. Cinematographer Michael Seresin (Bugsy Malone, Midnight Express, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban and Gravity) had his passion for wine ignited after exploring Italy during visits to his second home in the hills of Tuscany. Employing a traditional, gentle and philosophical approach to winemaking, everything on the Seresin estate is hand-tended and hand-harvested using as little intervention as possible. Based in the sunny heart of Marlborough, they aim to put more back into the soil than they take out, building strong vines and promoting biodiversity.

£3.4 per 100.00ml

SKU No.: 3018736

Style No.: 742633

Country: New Zealand
Region: Marlborough
Grapes: Pinot Noir
Closure: Screw
Alcohol by volume (ABV): 13%
Volume: 750ml
Allergens: Sulphites

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