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Lawson’s Dry Hills Pinot Noir 2009 Marlborough

  • Country

    New Zealand

  • Grape
    Pinot Noir
  • Body
    Light A B C D E Full
Ross and Barbara Lawson founded Lawson's Dry Hills in 1992, and this benchmark Marlborough Pinot is sourced from three excellent grape growing sites in Marlborough's central valleys. A quarter of the wine is aged in French oak, with the rest in stainless steel. A complex array of cherry and strawberry fruit flavours with lifted vanilla and coffee oak notes. Behind these characters are hints of smoke and roasted meats. Enjoy on its own or with roast belly of pork, this wine will hold for the next 3 years but is drinking fantastically well now.
  • Colour
    Red Wine
  • Style
    Light Reds
  • Closure
  • ABV
  • Units
  • Country
    New Zealand

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£11.24Mix Six Price
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We offer delivery of any 6 bottles, free on all mainland UK orders.
Your order will be delivered by your local Majestic store team in their very own Majestic van. They'll contact you within 24 hours to confirm the details, and usually arrange a 2-hour window for delivery. Most orders are delivered within a day or two, but for addresses further from the store it may take a little longer - guaranteed within an absolute maximum of 7 days.