2009 Felton Road Pinot Noir Cornish Point, New Zealand, Central Otago, Wine Review
Screw capped. Ruby in color, but a bit flat. There is a fair amount of volatile acidity on the nose. Also some sour cherries. Nice texture with light tannins. On the palate, tart cherries. A lot of acidity. Long finish. This probably would benefit from a bit of a decant as the VA did slightly blow off. There is a nice complexity here. It should have another seven to ten years left or maybe more. It will pair well with roasted fowl.