Kim Crawford Pinot Noir
These grapes are from some of our favorite cool-climate vineyards on New Zealand’s South Island. We’ve used a wide variety of clones and rootstock, along with a mixture of soils and microclimates to ensure a balance of flavor profiles and exceptional quality.
The first vines were planted in Marlborough in 1973, and today it’s one of the world’s foremost winegrowing regions. Marlborough’s long ripening period results in cool-climate flavors that vary significantly by sub-region. This region is made up of seven distinct sub-regions, and the differences among them hold the key to blending intense and complex Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc. This wide array of flavors offers winemakers the ability to blend to particular style year after y