Seresin Rachel Pinot Noir 6pk 2013

Seresin Rachel Pinot Noir 6pk 2013

Seresin Rachel Pinot Noir 6pk 2013
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Winery Details

    *Available NSW*

    Cinematographer Michael Seresin’s desire to create high quality wine in the most natural way possible led to the rise of Seresin Estate in the early 1990s – a wine estate that has ever since followed the principals of biodynamic and organic farming and winemaking. Allowing the wines a little extra time, not only adds savouriness, mouth-watering textures and flavours, but also shows the unique sense of place the wines come from.

Press Review

    Seresin Rachel Pinot Noir 2013

    For no particular reason, I grabbed this and threw it into a bracket with some 2014 Burgundy (Vosne-Romanee , Clos Vougeot, and Gevrey-Chambertins). It tasted quite different, though not necessarily better or worse. And I think that’s a good thing to keep in mind while tasting Pinot Noir.
    Cherry and chocolate, cut flower stems, spice and tamarillo. Medium weight, tangy and juicy, with a jumpy and perky sort of character, some rhubarb in with the red berries and cherry, and a pleasantly tart and sappy finish of fair length, trailing with dusty tannin.

    Rating: 91 Points

    Source: Gary Walsh, The Wine Front


    Seresin Rachel Pinot Noir 2013

    Barrel selection from three vineyards aged initially for 12 months in 20% new barriques and then the selected lots were aged for a further six months. Ambient yeast. Organic vineyards. Bottled unfiltered and unfined.
    Powerful, direct mulberry scents on the nose. Very savoury finish – no obvious sweetness at all. Tastes quite young still (through no uncomfortable tannins) and as though it would definitely be better with food than without. Delicate hint of smoky char. Ambitious and even very slightly burgundy-sour on the end – most unusual in a Kiwi wine!

    Rating: 16+ / 20 Points

    Source: Jancis Robinson