$72.19 in any six
$52.25 in any six
$72.19 in any six
Martinborough is considered by many as the home of Pinot Noir - not only in New Zealand but the 'New World' in general. It is hard to argue when wines like this are produced. Pinot Noir superstar, Larry McKenna, hand-crafts a wine that is overflowing with perfumed black, red and green fruit flavours that are all in harmony with the mid-weighted palate. Textured oak and fine-grained tannin give a nod to the fact that this wine will age gracefully for a decade or more. A stunning benchmark.
Martinborough superstar Larry McKenna is the driving force behind some of the finest wines produced in New Zealand. A stunning benchmark wine.
Vintage: 2010 Score: 95 points
Dan Murphy's Wine Panel
This is seriously good and surely the best Escarpment yet. The bouquet is beautifully fragrant and complex with red/dark cherry, game, spice and a touch of dried herb characters. It's concentrated and powerful on the palate with velvety texture and a lengthy dry finish, backed by plenty of fine tannins. The wine is sturdy and impressive while remaining elegantly poised for graceful development. At its best: 2013 to 2020.
Vintage: 2010 Score: 96 points
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