Greyrock Te Koru Pinot Noir

Solid as a rock.

Greyrock Te Koru Pinot Noir

2019, Hawkes Bay New Zealand
  • Made by Sileni in Hawke's Bay, from vineyards planted on old alluvial gravels
  • Crowd pleasing style, everyday quaffer that won't break the bank at this price!
  • Soft, silky style with savoury red berry and cherry flavours
  • RRP $19.99

    $14.99

    Greyrock Te Koru Pinot Noir is a label made by the talented bunch at Sileni Estate and produced mainly for thirsty NZ Pinot Noir guzzlers offshore. But a cheeky little parcel of this juicy, easy drinking style Pinot has made its way into our warehouse at a bargain rate.

    Sourced from some of Sileni’s Hawke’s Bay vineyards, most of which are planted on old alluvial gravels. The back label also features the hand carved work of talented local artist and sculptor Emma Scott.

    A soft, silky style with savoury red berry and cherry flavours, a crowd pleasing style that won’t break the bank. Ideal with duck or lamb if you’re looking to pair it with a feed.

    The Lowdown: 12.5% alc / 750ml / Screwcap
    Browse Wine | Red | Pinot Noir | 2019 | Sileni

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