Burn Cottage Vineyard Pinot Noir 2017
52,20 CHF - 53,20 CHF
70,94 CHF pro Liter
incl. statutory VAT excl. shipping costs
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Consistently one of New Zealand's best Pinot Noir. Created by wine guru Ted Lemon.
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Burn Cottage Vineyard Pinot Noir 2017
Bob Campbell, MW: 97/100. ...just so damn delicious with layer upon layer of fruit and savoury characters that defy description. A tease of fruit sweetness is balanced by gentle tannins and subtle acidity that drive a very lengthy finish. A seriously good pinot noir.
Cameron Douglas, Master Sommelier: 96/100 (= a great wine). Complex, layered, mineral-laden, earthy and fruity bouquet of Pinot Noir. Scents of roses and sweet wood spices, fruit aromas of cherry and preserved cherry, red apple, raspberry and a mix of forest berries. Equally complex, detailed and flavourful on the palate with textures from fine tannins, medium+ acidity and a core of Pinosity. Long finish, complex, youthful and particular. A delicious wine - and no question about whether you should invest or not (invest). Best drinking is now and through 2026.
Joe Czerwinski for Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: 94/100. The 2017 Burn Cottage Vineyard Pinot Noir shows considerable intensity and length, but it starts off with charming floral notes, hints of thyme and cedar and lashings of black cherries. It's that elusive combination of concentration and complexity, wrapped in a silky coat of ripe tannins, that raises this wine to the next level. It should drink well for a decade or more. Drink Date 2020-2030.
Decanter: 94/100 & Top picks Central Otago PN 2017.
Michael Cooper: 5 stars & Wine Classics.
Air New Zealand - Fine Wines of New Zealand. The Criteria: World-class quality and consistency - a high barrier to inclusion consisting of wine quality, wine pedigree and longevity. A wine that can truly stand the test of time as a world-class example of New Zealand's finest wine. The result of an annual search, it is curated by six of New Zealand's leading wine experts ? Masters of Wine Alastair Maling, Michael Brajkovich, Sam Harrop, Simon Nash and Steve Smith along with Master Sommelier Cameron Douglas. Brambly, candied strawberries sit beautifully alongside spicy, high-tone floral notes on the nose. Balanced, soft tannins and a salty acid finish provide both structure and length of flavor. Quite closed at this time, but will improve with age for a further 5-7 years.
Bright lifted red fruit notes complement darker savoury earth tones along with spice, a touch of chocolate and subtle blood orange nuances. The palate is generous and complex, focused throughout by a mineral freshness and energy, and supported by lovely acidity with persistence of fine textural tannins. A wine that will continue to gain complexity.
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Label design: The Green Snake and the Beautiful Lily is a fairy tale by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe published in 1795 in Friedrich Schiller's German magazine Die Horen (The Hours). It portrays, in imaginative form, Goethe's impressions of Schiller's Letters on the Aesthetic Education of Man. The story revolves around the crossing and bridging of a river, which represents the divide between the outer life of the senses and the ideal aspirations of the human being.
Type: Red wine
Varietal: 100% Pinot Noir
Alcohol: 13.5% vol
Wine style: dry
Winemaking: A blend of 10 Pinot Noir clones, the fruit indigenous yeast fermented with 13% whole clusters to 13.5% alc., the wine spending 19 days on skins and aged 12 months in 25% new French oak.
Bottle size: 0.75l
Notice: Contains sulphites.
Vineyard: Central Otago, New Zealand.
Cellaring potential: 2027+
Produced and bottled by: Burn Cottage Vineyard, 91 Burn Cottage Road, Lake Dunstan 9384, New Zealand