Dry River Pinot Noir 20
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- Unfortunately, we cannot guarantee having the stock in store or the specific vintage that you have ordered. On most occasions, if we do not have the stock that you want on hand, we can source it. We will contact you if there are any issues with your order.
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One of New Zealand's top Pinot Noirs.
Dry River Pinot Noir
- From the world famous Dry River - they quite rightly sit at the big boys table of New Zealand fine wine names!
- 98/100 & Top Rank Award (Bob Campbell MW, The Real Review)
- 10 of the last 12 vintages have scored 95/100 or more with Bob Campbell MW!
- Limited stocks, all bottles individually numbered, drink now to 2040
The world famous Dry River are one of the pioneers of the New Zealand wine scene and quite rightly sit at the big boys table of New Zealand fine wine names.
Named after a historic sheep station a few kilometres down the road, Dry River was established in 1979 by visionaries Doctor Neil and Dawn McCallum. These guys were well ahead of the game when they planted their first vines on what is now known as the Martinborough Terraces. It’s a site known for its free draining gravels, cool maritime climate and (thanks to a bit of inside info from soil scientist and friend Dr Derek Milne) a 30 year record for the lowest rainfall in the North Island.
In 2003, Neil sold the winery to seriously wealthy Wall Street billionaire hedge fund manager and philanthropist Julian Robertson (according to Neil, ‘the guy who invented the hedge fund’ and one of the world’s super rich!). The aim remains the same though – to produce world class wines that age beautifully.
We’re super stoked to be able to land some extremely limited stocks of their 2020 Dry River Pinot Noir.
Scoring an incredible 98/100 and a Top Rank Award from Master of Wine Bob Campbell. That’s 10 of the last 12 vintages scoring 95/100 or higher, impressive or what!