Framingham Marlborough Pinot Noir is blended from fruit from low-cropped, reasonably well exposed grapes harvested from eight different sites around Marlborough’s Wairau Valley and one site in Dashwood Pass, including a mixture of seven different clones. The vines are up to 20 years old and are planted on mostly clay based soils.
]The nose is complex with attractive savoury notes of smoked meats and spice, along with cherry, plum and floral nuances. The rounded palate has flavours of red berry compote and plum with savoury and flinty notes. Well-integrated tannins give the wine a balanced structure.