"At a lunch with Brancott Estate wines, I learned that Marlborough's not just for harvesting Sauvignon Blanc. In fact, Marlborough produces more than half of the Pinot Noir that's produced in New Zealand. One impeccable example? The wine label's single-vineyard line of Pinot. Compared to other Pinots from New Zealand's Central Otago region, this was lighter-bodied in weight (but just as robust in flavor)." — Susannah Chen, editor
2007 Brancott Estate Terraces "T" Pinot Noir
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