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Nanny Goat Super Nanny Central Otago Pinot Noir 2019 (6 bottles)

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95 Points - Bob Campbell
Fruit sourced 55% from Vela vineyard, 45% from Legend Terrace vineyard. Taut, elegant, high energy pinot noir with bright dark cherry, dark berry, red rose, spice, anise and nutty oak flavours. Needs cellaring.
Big, bold and full of all the black fruits, namely cherries, the Super Nanny is tempered with subtle notes of leather, spice and oak. Fine tannins and juicy acidity join forces to give it a long, clean finish. Super Nanny loves gamey red meats, so try it with duck or venison in particular.

Hand picked and hand sorted to ensure only the best quality fruit makes it into the fermenter. Cold soaked for 6 – 8 days with 20% whole bunches included. Natural fermentation with up to two plunges daily at peak of ferment. 34 days on skins total before being pressed, settled for 24 hours and run to 225L French oak barrels (40% new) for 13 months where the wine underwent natural Malo Lactic fermentation. Racked twice before being bottled without ! ning or ! ltration.

Our 2019 Super Nanny is truly reflective of the 2019 growing season, where Intensely hot and dry conditions necessitated an early harvest. Maintaining vibrancy and balance in the wine was a key consideration, and the decision to pick early is clearly visible in this wine. Bright red berry fruits, lifted florals and vibrant acidity compliment the more traditional Super Nanny characters of dark plum, cherries and toasted spices. Whilst bright and lively on the palate, there is also a pleasingly dense core of black and blue berry fruits, tightly bound by a fine coil of silky tannin ensuring persistence of flavour long after the last sip.

Varietal: Pinot Noir

Region: Central Otago, NZ

Alcohol: 14%

Vintage: 2019

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