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Black Estate Treble Pinot Noir 2018

Black Estate Treble Pinot Noir 2018

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Black Estate Treble Pinot Noir 2018


Bright ruby red hue. An alluring bouquet of wild strawberry, rhubarb, nutmeg, cinnamon, vine blossom and liquorice. The pallet has bright,supple,fine and long with salivating tamarillo, red currant jelly, parsley, chalk, and spring water. Drink now to 2024

The 2018 Black Estate Treble Pinot Noir was sourced from all three of our certified organic hillside vineyards in the Omihi sub-district of North Canterbury in the east coast of New Zealand’s South Island. This year fifty percent was sourced from the Home Vineyard which grows on sedimentary clay soils. This part of the vineyard was planted in 2011 at a vine density of 6172 vines per hectare with Clones 115, 667, 828, 943, Able and clone 5 grafted on 3309 Rootstock Thirty three percent was sourced from the Netherwood Vineyards sand stone soils, which was planted in 1986 at a vine density of 4500 vines per hectare with a mass selection of un-grafted Pinot Noir plant material and established un-irrigated. Sixteen percent was sourced from the Damsteep Vineyard planted in 1999 at a vine density of 3800 where vines grow on clay overlying fractured limestone and sandstone soils with clones 114 and 115 on 101-14 rootstock.

Moderate winter rain fall allowed budburst to occur in spring with the soil at field capacity. A mild frost free spring meant rapid and even establishment of canopies. Six weeks of no rain in late spring brought on an early and rapid flowering that was complete across all blocks and all varieties within7 days. Intermittent rainfall from December through the remainder of the growing season created useful vigour but increased the requirement for under vine weeding, canopy thinning and trimming. A hot humid summer increased the risk of disease from powdery mildew and botrytis so our vineyard team worked right up to harvest removing leaves and some fruit to create maximum ventilation in the canopies and ensure we could harvest ripe and disease free fruit. Harvest commenced mid-march and was condensed and early in most blocks. Diligent hand harvesting was crucial checking that each bunch was suitable for harvest. Warm, dry, and windy conditions from March 25 to April 8 2018 that finished o
ff ripening perfectly. 2018 will be remembered as a vigorous, warm, and humid season that was demanding but produced outstanding fruit.

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