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Thorne & Daughters Copper Pot Pinot Noir 2019

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Primary Notes: Cherry Raspberry Licorice Clove Hibiscus

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Tertiary Notes: Mushroom

Body: Medium

Dryness: Dry

Acidity:

Tannin: Medium -

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Origin: Overberg, South Africa

Maker: Thorne & Daughters

Grape: Pinot Noir / Pinot Nero

Fermentation: Slight Wood

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Serving Temperature: Best enjoyed between 16 - 18 degrees

Asian Food Pairing: Roast chicken rice, Ayam bakkar, pork jowl stir fry

Western Food Pairing: Tenderloin, Baked zucchini marinara parmesan, pork collar with rosemary

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Thorne & Daughters Copper Pot Pinot Noir 2019








Thorne and Daughters Copper Pot has the ability to elegantly and honestly express its origins. It has a lovely bright pomegranate, hibiscus and red currants aromas, with underlying exotic wood and juniper notes. In the mouth, the fine tannin and good acidity is balanced out by generous red fruit and citrus zest.  Thorne & Daughters Copper Pot Pinot Noir finish is satisfyingly dry with a touch of nutmeg spice and earthiness.

Thorn & Daughter's 2019 Pinot Noir is sourced from a handful of vineyards in the Overberg region, where good soils (predominantly clay/shale and quartz/sandstone) and cool growing conditions combine to produce wonderful Pinot noir that is both rich and perfumed. Some Pinot Noir is also sourced from a small parcel in the Bottelary Hills on decomposed granite soil.
The winemaking process is as minimal as possible. All the ferments take place using wild yeasts and no additives (barring some sulphur dioxide at crush and during maturation) is being used. 40 – 60% of whole clusters are used in the fermentation to bring a natural structure and savouriness to the wines. Extraction is kept very gentle using a combination of pump-overs and punchdowns, and the wines spend about 30 days on skins to allow a gentle evolution of their structure.
The wines are matured for 9 months in a mix of older small French oak barrels to avoid a dominant oak character and round out their structure before blending and bottling.






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