Escaroth Vineyard Pinot Noir 2019

Escaroth Vineyard Pinot Noir 2019
Escaroth Vineyard Pinot Noir 2019
- Taylor Pass | Marlborough - Escaroth's dry farmed Pinot Noir produces a bewildering fragrance of peony and violets, red cherry and pomegranate overlaid with a smoky, earthy savouriness.
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Single Vineyard: Escaroth Vineyard
Subregion: Taylor Pass
Region: Marlborough 
Vintage: 2019
Soil Type: 
Low-vigour ancient clays
Clone: Dijon clones 777 and 115
Viticulture: Dry-farmed and NZ Sustainably Certified
Growers: Andy and Kyna Laurie

Winemaker's Notes: 

Escaroth is a site that truly reflects vintage variation: this year's release simply ticks all the boxes for Pinot Noir fanatics. It has a beguiling, complex perfume that treads both red/blue fruit and an enchanting spice, game and earthy savouriness. The very low-yielding year (3.2 t/ha) coupled with the dry-farmed nature of the site has resulted in incredible concentration and intensity.

2019 was a year that demanded the use of whole-bunch to ensure balanced extraction and lifted aromatics. The result is a very complex, savoury Pinot Noir with a structured yet elegant tannin framework.


97 Points - Outstanding "A perfumed, complex bouquet with aromas of roses and ripe cherry, a soft raw sugar and baking spices scent with a core of silty soil minerality. Equally complex with a firm yet finely textured mouthfeel, harmonious synergies between fruit, minerality, tannins and acidity. With each taste the complexity expands with flavours of cherry and plum, forest berries and wild flowers. A Grand Cru level wine with a delicious, layered, perfumed, youthful and long. Best drinking from late 2022 through 2030+." Cameron Douglas MS, October 2021

95 Points - "From a dry-farmed vineyard in the Taylor Pass and one of the driest vintages on record. Dense, concentrated wine with floral, cherry, berry and dried herb flavours. A powerful, firmly-structured wine that is built for the long-haul." Bob Campbell MW, November 2021

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