Martinborough Vineyards `Te Tera` Pinot Noir 2013 (6 x 750mL), NZ.

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$34.99 per Bottle
$209.94 per pack
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All the fruit for our Te Tera Pinot Noir is hand-picked, destemmed and carefully tipped into open fermentors. The wine undergoes a cool (not cold) pre-ferment maceration for 5–7 days and spent an average time on skins of about 19 days. Only natural uninoculated ferments are practiced with our Pinots. After pressing the wine was racked to French oak barrels where it undergoes natural malolactic fermentation in spring. In total the Pinot spent ten months in barrel before racking, blending and bottling.

NZ - Martinborough
New Zealand

Winery Tasting Notes


An attractive mix of spice and black cherry notes on the nose leads to soft smooth tannins with layers of herbal notes and red fruits coming through on the palate.

Te Tera means “the other” in Maori, and refers to its status compared to its famous big brother - the gold labelled Estate Pinot. From small beginnings Te Tera Pinot has grown to be a hugely popular wine that consistently represents great value delicious Martinborough Pinot Noir.

NZ - Martinborough
Grape Style
Pinot Noir
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Martinborough Vineyard is an iconic, internationally recognised and award winning winery. It is one of the most prestigious vineyards in the country and a pioneer of New Zealand Pinot Noir. Their philosophy is “Handcrafted Excellence in Wine” and over their 28 year history are proud to have stayed small, consistent and quality driven. Sustainability is actively promoted with the winery and vineyard’s environmental management systems being ISO 14001 accredited. There is a particular emphasis on vine health and soil health through the stimulation of soil organism activity.

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