Drink If You Like
Merlot, Montepulciano , Pinot Noir
The Full Review
It has some depth and some cherry cough syrup and cinnamon under a crushed rock aroma. It is definitely a Pinot Noir, but does not set itself apart like many Central Otago wines. There's just nothing that special about it. But you're going to see this wine everywhere, due to its connection with Kim Crawford. So if you want to buy it, at least it has a neat label and looks good on a table filled with wine at a party.