Tohu (pronounced tor-who) are Aotearoa’s first Maori owned wine company. The label features the famous New Zealand Koru, that iconic symbol slapped on the side of every plane in the national Air NZ fleet.
From vineyard sites in Marlborough’s world famous Awatere Valley this is their Pinot Noir that has consistently over the years packed a punch for a Pinot hovering around the $20 mark.
NZ critic Sam Kim scored this 91/100 and said “The palate displays juicy fruit flavours with rounded mouthfeel backed by fine-grained tannins, leading to a lingering silky finish.”
A richly textured Pinot packing a heap of red and dark berry fruit flavours and a touch of spice. If it’s kai time this is the red to enjoy with a cut of good old New Zealand lamb!
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