The latest stunning Pinot to emerge from the excellent 2014 vintage in New Zealand is the Blank Canvas Malborough Pinot Noir. Scored at a massive 18.5 points (the single highest score of 89 wines tasted) it is a “gorgeous… complete wine” and according to Julia Harding of JancisRobinson.com “the best Marlborough Pinot I’ve ever tasted.”
For fans of the Pinot Noir grape, whether Old or New World, this is a wine to seek out. Harding suggests that “this is a wine made by someone steeped in the best of both Burgundy and New Zealand” and therefore has delicious sweet fruit combined with finesse, depth and freshness leading to “terrific length” on the finish. With all the hallmarks of great Pinot on show and at just under £17 a bottle in bond, it also offers simply tremendous value for a wine of this quality.
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The typical lead time for consolidation, shipping and arrival into our cellars from confirmed order is approximately 6 to 8 weeks.