A confident wine with a firm and polished profile of flavours without being overstated. It is classically Old World with good aging potential. Peppery spice with blackberry and cherry notes end in a harmonious and long, earthy finish. A winner of many prestigiuos awards, including 5 stars on the Platter's wine guide.
One of the most significant features of 2013 was the unusually long winter of 2012 with the added challenge of a very wet October month. While this may sound adverse, it was in fact a very ‘appropriate’ scenario because worldwide quality wine production is synonymous with marginal but cool climate conditions. This vintage represents the 21st edition of Galpin Peak Pinot Noir from Bouchard Finlayson.
Galpin Peak Pinot Noir 2013