Seresin Leah Pinot Noir 12pk 2022

Seresin Leah Pinot Noir 12pk 2022

Seresin Leah Pinot Noir 12pk 2022
Winery Details

    Cinematographer Michael Seresin’s desire to create high quality wine in the most natural way possible led to the rise of Seresin Estate in the early 1990s – a wine estate that has ever since followed the principals of biodynamic and organic farming and winemaking. Allowing the wines a little extra time, not only adds savouriness, mouth-watering textures and flavours, but also shows the unique sense of place the wines come from.

Press Review

    Seresin Leah Pinot Noir 2022
    Fragrant, aromatic wine with floral/violet, cherry, blueberry, dried herb, spice/anise and subtle oak flavours. Elegant wine with a strongly varietal identity and appealing purity. Good drinking now but it has cellaring potential.
    Rating: 93 points
    Source: Bob Campbell MW



    Seresin Leah Pinot Noir 2022
    A lovely bouquet of youth and freshness, variety and expression. Aromas and flavours of wild red flowers, red cherry and fresh cranberry flesh. Fine tannins and sweet acid line layer in mouthfeel and structure. The best part of this wine is the mineral, natural, organic quality reflecting place and vintage. Well made, youthful and nicely taut. Best drinking from late 2024 through 2029.
    Rating: 93 points
    Source: Cameron Douglas, MS Reviewed November 2023



    Seresin Leah Pinot Noir 2022

    I’m on record as being someone who likes Marlborough Pinot Noir (from good producers) and most often I enjoy it more than, say, Central Otago. But lucky me, the last Seresin I reviewed was from a tricky vintage (2018) and I believe this was from an equally challenging one.
    Red cherry, raspberry, cinnamon and assorted spices, a little bit of wet earth, tamarind, cedar and aniseed. Medium-bodied, kind of sappy and mulchy, but in a nice way, with bright acidity, a little rasp of grainy dusty tannin, and a dry spicy finish of solid length. I like it.
    Rating: 90 Points
    Source: Gary Walsh, The Wine Front