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When it comes to Pinot most of us think Otago – but don’t forget Martinborough! It was this region that put NZ Pinot Noir on the world wine map back in the 80s – and being the first to plant the grape in the area we can pretty much thank Martinborough Vineyards for that.
Their flagship Pinot Noir is top shelf stuff ($60-70) and a world famous name in Pinot Noir. In 2002 they decided to give it a little brother and sitting around the marketing table they scratched their heads wondering what to call the other one. "Eureka! Let’s call it The Other One!" (or "Te Tera" in Maori). Genius.
This label punches above its weight for the money that’s for sure. If you don’t believe us then check out the two shiny Gold medals it’s proudly boasting, they’ve got a thing or two to say.
A soft, rich and savoury Pinot full of juicy dark berry fruit flavours. Delicious from start to finish and a real bargain buy.