Domaine Thomson "Rows 1-37" Pinot Noir
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Excluding GST: S$94.00
France's Burgundy region is the inspiration for the family-owned Surveyor Thomson vineyard in the heart of Central Otago. Expatriate Southlander David Hall-Jones and his wife Pui Mun Chan own a home in Burgundy and have a fascination for its wine, cuisine and history, a fascination which has influenced the development of their superb 14 hectare pinot noir vineyard overlooking the expanding Lowburn winegrowing area, near Cromwell. "Each year, we seek to make a wine which is expressive of our land and climate, wine that reflects the nobility of the pinot noir grape".
A limited bottling of just over 200 cases, Domaine Thomson's 2014 Rows 1 - 37 Pinot Noir is even more impressive than the Surveyor Thomson bottling. Deeper and richer, more concentrated yet still elegant, it offers up sumptuous aromas of dried spices, mocha, grilled plums and black cherries. It's medium to full-bodied, with a velvety texture and a lingering finish. Drink it over the next five years or so, before it loses any of its exuberance. - The Wine Advocate (2014 vintage)
The Wine Advocate: 94/100 (2014 vintage)
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