No stranger to awards over the vintages, this 2019 Pinot Noir is from New Zealand’s hallowed Central Otago. Rob at Invivo has taken parcels of Pinot Noir, carefully fermenting and finishing in part new oak. Rich with dark cherry, plum and spice.
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Beyond the Label
Fine, silky, with pure berry fruit and earthy spice complexity
Dark cherry and plum, cedar spice and mushroom notes
Started in 2008 and with a string of Trophies and top awards from the get go, Invivo is certainly a 5-Star winery. Founders Tim Lightbourne and winemaker Rob Cameron are true innovators, “with no respect for the status quo”. They make wines from Marlborough and Central Otago. Among them is a Pinot Noir ‘Best in Class’ from IWSC 2010 and counted among the Top 5 in the World. Some achievement! Rob learnt his trade in many countries – Moldova, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Hungary, as well as the more classic France, Spain and Italy. He aims to bring some Old World elegance into the exuberant fruit of New Zealand’s vineyards. Judging by the praise poured onto this estate, he succeeds. Matured in part new French oak, this red is silky, rich and long.
"Gorgeous fruit weight and succulent flavours together with spicy complexity and fine-grained tannins"
Sam Kim, Orbit On the 2018 vintage