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The 2012 Stoneleigh Latitude Pinot Noir, aged for 10 months in French and Hungarian oak, has intense bouquet of pomegranate, dates, smoke and subtle nutmeg and clove. It is a medium bodied, extra-dry, fruity wine, with balanced acidity, subtle-refined tannins and a long, vanilla filled finish. Sip on its own; drink now or keep for the next 5+ years. My impression: BEAUTIFUL, 91 pts. Tasted in May/13 at 'Tasted at New Zealand Wine Fair' http://grapeselections.com/new-zealand-wine-fair/.
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Medium-high intensity aromas with notes of sour cherry, earthy, beet root. Light-to-medium bodied with nice aroma replays. Has mouth-watering acids, and integrated tannins. Finish is lengthy. Nice overall and could be cellared up to 2-3 years. Tasted May/2014.
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