Fincher Show of Hands Pinot Noir 2019

27,80 CHF - 28,90 CHF

38,53 CHF pro Liter

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Product.Nr. 1779ch

Lovely Pinot, bright and vibrant with spicy complexity from well-integrated French oak and the pure fruit aromas, that New Zealand is famous for. A great single site expression from Pinot hotspot Central Otago. Created by Master of Wine, Liam Steevenson together with experienced winemaker and wine judge Ben Glover.


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Fincher Show of Hands Pinot Noir 2019


No review for this vintage yet. Review for Fincher Show of Hands Pinot Noir 2018:

review Fincher Show of Hands Pinot Noir 2018Wine Orbit (Sam Kim): 94/100.  Sweetly ripe and beautifully perfumed, the bouquet shows Black Doris plum, dark cherry, warm spice, thyme and almond notes. It's concentrated and richly textured on the palate with fabulous fruit purity combined with savoury undertones, backed by polished tannins, finishing wonderfully long and silky. At its best: now to 2028.


Tasting Note:

The wine shows aromas of rose petals, ripe cherry and cedar on the nose whilst the palate has layers of bright red fruit, wild thyme and earthiness. Silky and supple but with assertive tannins, the fresh acid gives the wine vibrancy to add to its serious fruit concentration and length.

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Additional information

Type: Red wine

Varietal: 100% Pinot Noir

Alcohol: 13.5% vol

Wine style: dry

Residual sugar: 0 g/l

Food match: Roast chicken or guineafowl. Pigeon. Rack of lamb, served pink. Rare fillet steak and carpaccio. Beef Wellington. Roast pork with herbs and fennel. Chicken or turkey sausages. Calves liver, sweetbreads. Dishes with morels and other wild mushrooms. Mushroom risotto. Roast or grilled lobster.

Winemaking: Single Vineyard Pinot Noir from 3 clones fermented as one intentionally early to prevent over-ripeness is fermented, with 30% whole berry clusters in open top tanks. 12 months in French Oak adds structure and spicy complexity. Liam and Ben blend the select barrels for the final blend through a collective decision.

The people behind the wine: Liam Steevenson became the youngest Master of Wine in the World in 2004 and one of only a handful of people to pass the exam first time. He has set up and founded one of the UK's leading independent wine merchants, been a senior wine buyer for Waitrose supermarket and in 2017 was nominated as being one of the top 4 highest achievers in the international wine industry. Liam is a winemaker and has wine projects in France, Spain, New Zealand and India.

Ben Glover is one of New Zealand's most respected winemakers with over 20 years experience his soft touch and the subtle expression in the wines is what stands this man and his wines apart. He has been the head winemaker for Mud House, Wither Hills and his family winery Zephyr.

Bottle size: 0.75l

Notice: Contains sulphites. Traditional fining using egg. Traces may remain.

Vineyard and Wine region: Claim 431 Vineyard, Bendigo, Central Otago, New Zealand. 

Soil type: free draining sandy loam over schist alluvium gravel known as Molyneux Soils.

Cellaring potential: 2024+

Closure: cork

Vinted and bottled by: Ben Glover, Wilde Vineyards Ltd, 15 Bank St, Blenheim, New Zealand

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