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Super Nanny Goat Pinot Noir 2016 - Central Otago, NZ

$65   $69




This is great……and here’s why!

This acclaimed vineyard has won many awards for this wine.

Air New Zealand Wine Awards, 2017 ~ Bronze (2016) 
Air New Zealand Wine Awards, 2016 ~ Silver (2015 vintage)
Hong Kong International Wine & Spirit Competition 2016 ~ Gold & Best New Zealand Wine Best Pinot Noir (2015 vintage)
International Wine Challenge 2016 ~ Silver (2014 vintage)
NZ International Wine Show 2014 ~ Gold (2013 vintage)
95/100 Bob Campbell (2013 vintage)
94/100 Tony Keys (2013 vintage) "Wines worth singing about"

Alan Oswald, Winemaker "Garnet with purple hues, powerful blueberry and blackberry, cola and spice on the nose. Rich and full flavoured on the palate with dark berry fruits, toast and spice, with fine tannins and long finish. Drinking very well now."

Nanny Goat Pinot Noir comes from the Bannockburn sub-region of Central Otago. As with most vineyards there is usually a small parcel or two of outstanding quality fruit that outshine the rest.

The Super Nanny is a limited release wine, made from carefully hand-sorted Pinot Noir bunches, wild yeast ferment with a portion of whole bunch, extended skin contact and 15 months in French Oak. (40% New Oak) The result is a powerful, richly flavoured and textured Central Otago Pinot, which won a Gold Medal from the NZ International Wine Show in 2014 (2013 vintage).

Since the release of its inaugural Pinot Noir in 2005, the Nanny Goat Vineyard has produced wines of elegance, concentration and balance.

Acclaimed winemaker Alan Oswald previously spent 5 years at Cloudy Bay, including two years as Assistant Winemaker. He is a specialist premium Pinot Noir winemaker.

The Central Otago wine region is the world's southern-most commercial wine growing region, and famous for its Pinot Noir. It differs from all other New Zealand wine areas in that it is inland, in the foothills of the Southern Alps. The level of sunlight is very high, something that accounts for the high levels of alcohol that are often found in Central Otago wines.