Herringbone Hills Pinot Noir
Herringbone is a geological formation of hills. Their profile of undulating patterns was caused by water flowing down the slopes and carving through the earth over thousands of years. The Herringbone Hills lie to the west of the vineyard and run parallel to the Waihopai River in Marlborough, New Zealand’s most respected wine region.
This Pinot Noir has vibrant and ripe red berry fruit flavours typical of Marlborough Pinot Noir layered within a mellow, rounded palate.