PINOT NOIR

OVERVIEW

Makers’ Project Pinot Noir was pressed from its skins early, before the end of fermentation. This technique results in a smooth, silky drop with a soft texture that’s decadent and rich in flavour, and bursting with berry fruit characters.

PROCESS

Early Press

TASTING NOTES

“Pressing is the process of separating red wine from its skins. By pressing early, before alcoholic fermentation is complete, we produce a wine with bright berry characters and a soft smooth finish.”

Clare Dry
WOLF BLASS WINEMAKER

EARLY PRESS

Pressing is the process of separating red wine from its skins. By pressing early, before alcoholic fermentation is complete, we produce a wine with bright berry characters and a soft smooth finish.

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