Colour: Bright garnet
Nose: Intense aromas of sweet cherry, strawberry, white blossom, clove, and wild thyme.
Palate: The warmer aspects of the 2018 vintage has delivered a richly textured wine with generous fruit concentration that is complemented by intricate detail and noteworthy poise. Silky fine tannins, inviting fruit aromas and serious underlying structure showcase the hallmarks of this distinctive Bannockburn site. Harmonious and inviting as a young wine, it will continue to develop and give enjoyment for 10+ years.
Grape Varieties: 100% Pinot Noir
Ageing: Aged in fine grain French Oak: 25% new, 35% 1 year old and 40% 2-5 year old barriques for approximately 12 months.
Awards: 5 Stars – 95pts – Sam Kim, Wine Orbit; 95pts – Wine NZ Magazine, Autumn 2020; 96pts – WineState; 93pts – Bob Campbell MW; 90pts – Cameron Douglas MS; Blue Gold – Sydney International Wine Competition 2020; Silver – International Wine Challenge 2020
History of Wild Earth
Born from the rugged Central Otago landscape, Wild Earth embraces New Zealand pioneering spirit. Our production methods are an honest expression of the land and our unique food & wine experience remains true to its roots in this welcoming country. We live for the journey, sharing stories that enrich lives, making new friends along the way. Our creativity drives us forward and we strive to be an inspiration to everyone who knows us.