This Babich pinot from The Marlborough Region in NZ is light and elegant defined by its perfumed, dried lavender notes. With aromas of wild strawberry, blackberries, lime and cherry, fallowed by earthy notes of black pepper, mint, dried herbs, and hints of dark cedar, the palate is well balanced, displaying more delicate spice, plum, cherry, and some earthy flavours, along with cranberry and raspberry notes lingering on a silky framed mid-palate. Try this pinot with a stir-fry of cubed lamb and eggplant, and would also make a good partner for a steak and mushroom pie.
Smoky dark fruit aromas with nutmeg. An early hit of strawberry and plum mix with bramble/ raspberry notes. The mid-palate introduces dried herbs and earth with a touch of caramel.
The bouquet shows earthy dark fruits and spicy strawberries with a touch of cedar. Flavours of raspberry and cherry lead the palate into some dark tarry notes with a hint of vanilla. Elegant and focused fruit.