Drop of the Week: Spy Valley 2013 Pinot Noir

By Lindzee Whiting

Drop of the Week: Spy Valley 2013 Pinot Noir
Take home this fragrant and spicy red for a weekend to remember.

Unlike the world of espionage we are on a not so secret mission to spread world class wine across the globe

— Spy Valley Wines

Family owned vineyard, Spy Valley is aptly named for its proximity to an international satellite communications monitoring station in the Waihopai Valley.

This wine was hand harvested from vines in their Marlborough vineyards.

The bouquet sweet cherries and red berries of this wine has a fragrant spicy layer on the nose. Typical of Spy Valley vineyards, subtle licorice and cocoa notes are found throughout.

Sweet fruit initially, drives through the palate to a firm, almost chewy finish.

This Pinot Noir is a great match with duck or venison.

To try this delicious drop, go to Spy Valley Online if you’re in New Zealand or if you’re in Australia try their special offer.

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