Crystallum - Peter Max Pinot Noir 2014 - Frim Tannins 6x 75cl Bottles


Crystallum - Peter Max Pinot Noir 2014
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75cl Bottles
Available 12th Mar 2016

A wonderfully balanced and complete Pinot with a more classic and savoury profile than the 2012.

Floral notes, with raspberry, black cherry and forest floor are all present in its complex nose.

The palate is intense and tightly wound with bright acidity and firm tannins.

Category(s):     Red Wine

Producer: Crystallum   -
Appellation:   Walker Bay
Brand:   Crystallum
Country of Origin:   South Africa
Food Match:   Poultry
Grape Type:   Pinot Noir
Region:   Cape South Coast
Type of closure:   Natural Cork
Vintage:   2014
Winemaker:   Peter-Allan Finlayson


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6x 75cl Bottles 12th Mar 2016 £ 118.22 £ 19.70 Add to BasketAdd to WishList

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Producer Information

Crystallum Wines is a boutique wine operation started in 2007 by brothers Peter-Allan and Andrew Finlayson. The brothers are third generation wine producers and sons of South Africa's Pinot Noir and Chardonnay pioneer, Peter Finlayson.

The estate is situated in the cool Walker Bay region, on South Africa's south coast around the town of Hermanus in the Hemel en Aarde valley. Production at Crystallum is tiny at the moment.

The brothers' focus on sustainability runs from the vineyard through to the winery. A new straw bale winery is being built using recycled steel, clay and stone from the property and straw bales from a farm just up the road. They have also used a recycled paper and clay mix for plastering the walls, creating an entirely natural wall that should provide a constant, cool and naturally regulated environment for the wines.

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