Another bottle of NZ Pinot Noir and I really drank quite a lot of NZ Pinot Noir recently.  For a price of less than HK$200, I think NZ Pinot is offering very good value for money.  It is really more easy to find a good everyday NZ Pinot Noir than Burgundy red.

Saint Clair is a producer that I have never heard about before.  Looking at various comment, it seems like it is a reliable producer with wines offering very good fruit flavours.

This Buy Buy cipro online Plavix Online Pharmacy No Prescription Needed bottle of 2009 Saint Clair Pioneer Block 5 Bull Block Pinot Noir has very attractive red fruit flavours with strong pungent spices flavours.  Comparing to Neudorf that I tried before, it is less wild in style and more elegant.  Maybe this is related to that fact that it is made mainly by Pinot Noir clone 10/5.  This pinot clone has very fine tannins and quite Buy Brand Levitra Online Pharmacy No Prescription Needed elegant in palate.  However, when it is unripe, it can be herbaceous.  Luckily, 2009 is a very good vintage in New Zealand and I didn’t felt any sense of herbaceous in this bottle.

The wine has fine and ripe tannins with a silky palate and firm structure.  Pure and clean red fruits in flavours with acceptable complexity of additional flavours of herbs and oak.   Although the wine is not really complex, it is attractive and easy-to-be-liked.

Purchased from Watsons Wine Cellar HK$160

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