Escarpment fashions stunning Pinot Noir wines from the Martinborough district in New Zealand.
Part of our ethos is to explore boundaries and create wines of interest and complexity. The Noir label brings together 35 years of wine making experience in New Zealand, creating a soft, bright, fruit forward wine which can be enjoyed immediately or will cellar successfully for a number of years.
100% Martinborough hand harvested fruit has been open top fermented. After a total vat time of 21 days the wine was pressed off and barrel aged for 11 months. Bottled without filtration. Structure and texture sit perfectly with ripe fruit flavours and combine with intriguing complexity.
Enjoy with any red meat dishes but equally explore with salmon, chicken or pasta dishes.
We endeavour to ship all orders on the next business day. In some cases, it may take us longer to dispatch your order. On occasions due to events outside of our control it can take 3-5 working days to dispatch your order. If there are any delays, we will keep you informed via email
We use Post Haste and PBT to ship your order. Their lead time to delivery the parcel is 1 to 3 working days and further 2 days for rural address. In some instances it can take longer for the delivery to take place.
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• Any item not in its original condition, is damaged or missing parts for reasons not due to our error.
• Any item that is returned more than 7 days after delivery.
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