Main Divide Pinot Noir 6pk 2019

Main Divide Pinot Noir 6pk 2019

Main Divide Pinot Noir 6pk 2019
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Winery Details

    Two Stars | 2019 Matthew Jukes & Tyson Stelzer New Zealand Pinot Noir Classification

    Pegasus Bay’s second label Main Divide maintains the same Donaldson approach to winemaking and represents exceptional value for money. Its philosophy is based on individuality and harmony. The aim is to grow grapes of the highest quality which fully express the features of the vineyard and to handle these with the utmost respect. The results are distinctive, vibrant wines with lively fruit flavours, which at the same time are integrated and harmonious.

Press Review

    Main Divide Pinot Noir 2019
    Aromas of dark berries toasty brown spices of oak. Flavours on the palate of dark cherries and plums, some black currant then vanilla and nut. Fine tannins with a mild chalky texture, a balanced and refined palate with fruit flavours that reflect the bouquet, contrasting acid line and lengthy satisfying finish.
    Rating: 92 Points
    Source: Cameron Douglas MS,

    Main Divide Pinot Noir 2019
    Moderately deep ruby-red, lighter edged. The nose is gently full, penetrating nuances of pepper berries, cherries and strawberries interweave cinnamon, dark herbs and an earthy underlay. Medium-full bodied, the richness of earth and barrel spices filled the palate, entwined with cherries, black raspberries and savoury mushrooms. The palate has weight and depth of savoury details, fine-grained tannin compliments and left a velvety mouthfeel. Herbs linger on the closing. This is a brilliant value Pinot Noir with North Canterbury essence, rich and savoury on a silky broad palate.
    Source: Candice Chow, Raymond Chan Wine Reviews

    Main Divide Pinot Noir 2019
    Fragrant pinot noir with floral, violet, dark cherry, mixed spice and nutty oak flavours supported by fine, peppery tannins. An appealing wine offering good value at this price
    Rating: 90 Points
    Source: Bob Campbell MW,