Main Divide Pinot Noir 6pk 2021

Main Divide Pinot Noir 6pk 2021

Main Divide Pinot Noir 6pk 2021
Winery Details

    Two Stars | 2019 Matthew Jukes & Tyson Stelzer New Zealand Pinot Noir Classification

    Pegasus Bay’s second label Main Divide maintains the same Donaldson approach to winemaking and represents exceptional value for money. Its philosophy is based on individuality and harmony. The aim is to grow grapes of the highest quality which fully express the features of the vineyard and to handle these with the utmost respect. The results are distinctive, vibrant wines with lively fruit flavours, which at the same time are integrated and harmonious.

Press Review

    Main Divide Pinot Noir 2021
    Very fresh with sliced strawberries, hazelnut, cappuccino, and biscuit character yet always subtle. Medium to full body, fine tannins and a nice acid background running through the wine.
    Rating : 94 Points
    Source: James Suckling


    Main Divide Pinot Noir 2021
    Immediately enticing bouquet of red fruits and spice, there’s a toasttiness from the use of oak with clove and vanilla highlights, aromas of plums and cherries, red fruit tea and black currant. Taut and dry with firmish textures from tannins and acidity and a core of red berry fruits and tea that mirror the bouquet. Delicious, fresh, youthful and ready to drink from 2023 through 2029. Excellent value.
    Rating: 93 Points
    Source; Cameron Douglas, MS, www.camdouglasms.com


    Main Divide Pinot Noir 2021
    Moderately deep ruby-red, lighter on the rim. The nose is softly full, with aromas of cherry and raspberry melded with black pepper, clove, vanilla and earthy underlay. Medium-full bodied, aromas of cherry black raspberry interweaved a hint of smoke, clove, black pepper, vanilla and earthy clay elements. Smoky and toasty oak elements enrich the sweet fruit; plush, ripe tannins elegantly frame the wine with structure and linger to a sustained finish. This toasty Pinot Noir shows elegant, sweet fruit, lively acidity and a fine, long finish.
    Rating; 18.5/20
    Source: Candice Chow, Raymond Chan Wine Reviews