It’d be few and far between to find wine racks that aren’t holding at least a few bottles Rabbit Ranch Pinot Noir. A cute and cuddly little Central Otago Pinot. It’s no wonder this waskily wabbit has become such a popular drop and one that Pinot slurpers turn to time and time again. Soft, juicy and irresistably easy to enjoy!
Named Rabbit Ranch after the high country sheep station, owned by Mr McGregor, which became over run with pesky rabbits. After various methods of trying to rid the land of rabbits he decided to plant some vines. Rabbits still run freely on the land today. The odd one’s been spotted chewing on some succulent little Pinot grapes!
Looking to pair your Rabbit Ranch Pinot Noir with a feed? If rabbit stew isn’t your thing you can always turn to a nice cut of Kiwi lamb. Or how about roasted duck or other game meats that tickle your fancy.