Marlborough Red Wine
With ideal geology, geography, and growing conditions for cooler-climate reds, Marlborough's reputation for world-class pinot noir and syrah continues to grow deservedly. Clayvin Vineyards exemplifies this, crafting wines of remarkable structure, concentration, minerality, and ageability. Alongside powerful, intense, peppery syrahs and elegant, earthy, red-berried pinots, Marlborough's red wine landscape thrives. Notably, the Esk Valley pinot noir from Awatere and Wairau Valley fruit offers an inspiring further exploration into Marlborough red wine.
Here is New Zealand at its very best and 'a serious rival to fine red Burgundy' as described Jonathan Ray from The >
I would like to highlight the 2016 vintage of the New Zealand pinot noir from Clayvin Vineyard alongside a spirited endorsement >
The biggest, and most structured wine in the Clayvin portfolio, the syrah requires a little time, but has enormous potential. >
2015 was a top vintage for the region and this pinot noir is ageing very well. The nose already offers hints of the secondary, >