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Pinot Noir

Pinot Noir

COLOR: Dark red

AROMA: Lifted red berry fruit aromas with dark cherry notes, complemented by savoury undertones and spicy oak.

PALATE: Ripe, dark berry flavours of blackberry and black currant. Subtle hints of oak help fill out the palate.

CELLAR: One to five years.


PAIRINGS: Ideal with herb-crusted racks of lamb, mushroom risotto, or all on its own!

Pinot Noir at Kim Crawford Wines

Kim Crawford’s Pinot Noir grown in Marlborough, highlights the versatility of New Zealand Wine making. This light red has aromas of species and red fruit followed by delicate notes of plums, strawberry and black cherry fruits, with a hint of dry herbs and oak. On the palate this wine has a good fruit concentration and length with medium structure and fine tannins.

What is Pinot Noir Wine?

Pinot Noir is a grape varietal that produces red wine loved for its elegance and complexity. Originating from the Burgundy region of France, Pinot Noir has gained popularity around the world.  Now growing in Marlborough, the Kim Crawford Pinot Noir is crafted with precision and care to showcase the unique terroir of New Zealand.

Is Pinot Noir Stronger than Merlot?

Pinot Noir and Merlot are both popular red wines, but they differ in terms of strength and flavour profile. Pinot Noir is lighter in body and alcohol content compared to Merlot, which tends to be fuller-bodied and richer in flavour. While both varieties offer their own unique characteristics, Pinot Noir is often prized for its elegance and complexity. 

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