Julicher Pinot Noir 375ml
$25.10

Julicher Pinot Noir 375ml

Half-Size bottle of local Martinborough Pinot Noir

Spicy cherries, plums and dark berries, an older vintage so ready to drink!

Region
  • New Zealand
  • New Zealand - Wairarapa
Style
  • Red Wine
Varietal
  • Pinot Noir

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AROMA: Spicy and perfumed, cherries and black Doris plums, dried herbs and toasty notes.
PALATE: Elegant fruit avours, ripe tannins and rich on the palate, ne oak, structure, depth and length.

Julicher Estate (pronounced ‘U-li-ka’) is a family-owned boutique Martinborough winery focusing on the production Julicher wines are estate grown on their 20 hectares of vineyards on the Te Muna Terraces.

‘Te Muna’ means ‘secret place’ and the Te Muna Terraces are situated five Km east of Martinborough village. The vine growing area is situated in the old Huangarua River
path sheltered by the Aorangi Ranges.

The grapes were hand-harvested and de-stemmed into a small open top vat for fermentation. The must received a 4 to 5 day cool pre-fermentation maceration before the fermentation began. The cap was treated with a punch down 2 times daily during the peak of fermentation. After fermentation nished, the wine was pressed into new and old French oak barrels for maturation and underwent complete malolactic fermentation in the spring. 15% new oak and in barrels for 11 months. The wine was racked on lees and blended, and filtered for clarity.

CELLARING POTENTIAL:
Drink from now up to 10 years
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Harvest Dates:
2.-18.04. 2013
Harvest Analysis:
Brix 21.4-22.6, pH 3.32-3.63,
TA 6.3-8.0 g/L

VARIETY & CLONES:
100% Pinot Noir, clones 5, 115, 667
and Abel


Bottling Date:
2015
Allergens:
Contains sulphites.
Approx. 7.8 standard drinks
Wine Analysis:
Alc. 13.26%, pH 3.60, TA 4.8 g/L

Winemaker Notes

AROMA: Spicy and perfumed, cherries and black Doris plums, dried herbs and toasty notes.
PALATE: Elegant fruit avours, ripe tannins and rich on the palate, ne oak, structure, depth and length.

Julicher Estate (pronounced ‘U-li-ka’) is a family-owned boutique Martinborough winery focusing on the production Julicher wines are estate grown on their 20 hectares of vineyards on the Te Muna Terraces.

‘Te Muna’ means ‘secret place’ and the Te Muna Terraces are situated five Km east of Martinborough village. The vine growing area is situated in the old Huangarua River
path sheltered by the Aorangi Ranges.

The grapes were hand-harvested and de-stemmed into a small open top vat for fermentation. The must received a 4 to 5 day cool pre-fermentation maceration before the fermentation began. The cap was treated with a punch down 2 times daily during the peak of fermentation. After fermentation nished, the wine was pressed into new and old French oak barrels for maturation and underwent complete malolactic fermentation in the spring. 15% new oak and in barrels for 11 months. The wine was racked on lees and blended, and filtered for clarity.

CELLARING POTENTIAL:
Drink from now up to 10 years
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Harvest Dates:
2.-18.04. 2013
Harvest Analysis:
Brix 21.4-22.6, pH 3.32-3.63,
TA 6.3-8.0 g/L

VARIETY & CLONES:
100% Pinot Noir, clones 5, 115, 667
and Abel


Bottling Date:
2015
Allergens:
Contains sulphites.
Approx. 7.8 standard drinks
Wine Analysis:
Alc. 13.26%, pH 3.60, TA 4.8 g/L