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2016 Koyama Williams' Vineyard Pinot Noir, Waipara Valley

2016 Koyama Williams' Vineyard Pinot Noir, Waipara Valley
Volume: 750 mL , Alcohol: 13%




100% Pinot Noir


Dark cherry, blueberry, dried dates and a hint of dark chocolate


Fine silky tannins with sweet fresh plum & cherry fruit flavors and a good acidity backbone
More about this wine from Williams’ Vineyard, Waipara Valley, New Zealand
Takahiro Koyama is the Japanese winemaker behind Waipara Valley, New Zealand’s Koyama Wines. He creates his wines from three local growers’ vineyards — namely the Williams’, the Pearson's and Tussock Terrace. And in this ready-to-drink bottle, you’ll find only grapes from the Williams’ clay, over limestone subsoils. And true to Koyama’s attention to detail, he decided to use 25% New French Oak and 75% French Oak barrels to lovingly steep his grapes. The result of that choice is a Pinot that’s rich and dark with silky, sweet and fresh plum-cherry fruit flavors.
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