Jules Taylor Wines source their grapes from vineyards in the Wairau and Awatere Valleys, Marlborough. Jules and viticulturist, Jeremy Hyland, have used their not inconsiderable knowledge of the region to find those small parts of vineyards that will produce the grapes and the flavor profiles that they are looking for. But as much as seeking special bits of land, and grapes, they also look very much for relationships. The relationships that they have with their winegrowers are very important. They want people who care about what they produce. Good relationships produce good grapes. And it’s good grapes that make the best wines.
Dark cherry red in color, Jules Taylor Pinot Noir offers flavors of wild berry with spicy notes layered over subtle hints of oak. The wild fermentation along with extended lees maturation in barrel have added complexity and texture to the lovely bright fruit forward characters found on the palate. This wine exhibits persistent flavors of mixed berries, violets and red fruit notes.
Product of New Zealand
Alcohol by Volume: 13.5%