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Giesen "Clayvin" Marlborough Pinot Noir 2013

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Giesen "Clayvin" Marlborough Pinot Noir 2013
Varietal: Pinot Noir
Region: Marlborough
Color: Red
Country/State: New Zealand
Incredible blowout deal, this wine has a $50 reference price!
91+ Wine Advocate (3/3/2016) "Pale to medium ruby-purple colored, the 2013 Single Vineyard Selection Clayvin Pinot Noir has an earthy, garrigue and damp soil laced nose over a core of wild strawberries and red cherries and a pretty waft of jasmine. It has a restrained, earthy, somewhat mineral / iron ore character in the mouth with good intensity and a structured foundation, finishing with great length. It seems to have the stuffing for further development and I'd certainly like to cellar this for 5-6 years+ and come back to it again!"
91 Vinous, Neal Martin (11/2018) "The 2013 Clayvin Single Vineyard Selection Pinot Noir is more complex and nuanced and offers more red berry fruit on the nose than the Ridge Block, featuring crushed strawberry, blackberry, copper piping and pressed flower scents. The palate is well balanced, offering sappy red berry fruit, very good structure and gentle grip in the mouth. The 10% new oak is neatly integrated, and the finish is reminiscent of a Morey-Saint-Denis in some ways: masculine and quite structured, a little broody by comparison to other New Zealand, but certainly impressive."
96 James Suckling (12/22/2016) "A brambly and perfumed wine that has plenty of sappy red cherries and spices. It's full of fragrances and sweet-berry perfumes, not to mention a little touch of rose petals. Crisp tannins come into play from the get-go on the palate, heralding flavors of raspberries and red cherries. A beautifully defined, long and balanced style. Majestic structure and a deep and focused finish. Best from 2018 and up to 2025."
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750 ML
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