Nederburg 56 Hundred Pinot Noir 75Cl

Nederburg 56 Hundred Pinot Noir 75Cl

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Product Description

  • Pinot Noir - Red South African Wine
  • Honouring the vision of Philippus Wolvaart who paid 5600 guilders for the land he was to call Nederburg.
  • Wine of Western Cape, South Africa
  • Light & fresh, fruity, cherries, sweet spice
  • International Wine & Spirit Competition Quality Award - South African Wine Producer - IWSC Trophy 2016
  • Pack size: 75CL

Information

Allergy Information

  • Contains Sulphites

Region of Origin

Stellenbosch

Wine Colour

Red

Alcohol Units

8.6

ABV

11.5% vol

Producer

DISTELL

Type of Closure

Screwcap

Wine Maker

ANDREA FREEBOROUGH

Country

South Africa

Alcohol Type

Wine

Grape Variety

Pais, Picolit, Pineau d'Aunis, Pinot Blanc, Pinot Noir

Vinification Details

  • The fruit was sorted and crushed on the skins in a combination of open fermenters and temperature-controlled stainless steel tanks. A few days of cold soaking at low temperatures were allowed before fermentation. The relatively short period of skin fermentation, combined with gentle pump-overs and regular rack and returns at temperatures not exceeding 25˚C, ensure that sufficient flavour and colour compounds are extracted, resulting in soft and smooth tannins. The wine was oaked for a period of 3 months.

History

  • 56HUNDRED or 5 600 guilders was the price founder, Philippus Wolvaart paid in 1791 for the farm in Paarl he was to call Nederburg. Bright, fresh, succulent, soft and smooth-drinking, these premium wines are a tribute to him. He had the vision to recognise the wine-growing potential of his land and the optimism to clear an untamed property and establish a flourishing farm that continues to thrive today, more than two centuries later.

Regional Information

  • The grapes were sourced from mature, trellised vineyards situated in the Darling, Philadelphia, Stellenbosch and Elgin areas. In each instance, the vines are grown on cooler slopes specifically selected for Pinot Noir. The diversity of soils, slopes and microclimates all contribute to the complexity and the generous structure of the eventual wine. The vines are grown under dryland conditions and receive supplementary irrigation during the growing season.

Storage Type

Ambient

Storage Instructions

  • This wine is ideal for drinking now but can be kept for up to 3 years

Produce of

Wine of South Africa

Preparation and Usage

  • Enjoy with seafood, poultry, tomato-based pizza and pasta toppings and Gruyère cheese.

Name and address

  • Bottled by:
  • Nederburg Wines,
  • Paarl,
  • South Africa.

Importer address

  • Distell Int. Ltd,
  • 8 Milton Rd,
  • East Kilbridge,
  • G74 5BU,
  • UK.

Return to

  • Distell Int. Ltd,
  • 8 Milton Rd,
  • East Kilbridge,
  • G74 5BU,
  • UK.
  • www.nederburg.com

Lower age limit

18 Years

Net Contents

750ml ℮

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12 Reviews

Average of 3.1 stars

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Probably the worst pinot noir I have ever bought

1 stars

Probably the worst pinot noir I have ever bought

Avoid like the plague!

1 stars

Awful. Opened bottle last night and couldn’t finish the first glass. Horrid stuff

Smooth, non tannic to drink & cook with.

4 stars

Chefs top tip when cooking with wine find an inexpensive bottle, that is palatable to you as it will reflect in dish, at last, this smooth red fits the bill, can be bought in sale for as little as a fiver.

nice easy drinking

4 stars

Review from tesco.com

As a relatively recent "finder" of South African wines, I found this to be a very fruity, easy drinking pinot noir. Good SA wines are not easy to find in this country at a reasonable cost but this Nederburg is a good value find. It went well with chicken and some beef dishes or just as a glass of an evening watching a good film.

rubbish

1 stars

Review from tesco.com

ABSOLUTE RUBBISH MORE LIKE VINEGAR WONT BE BOTHERING AGAIN A COMPLETE WASTE OF MONEY

Disappointed

2 stars

Review from tesco.com

Bought without tasting. Sharp taste. Perhaps best as a second or third bottle at a meal. Or for cooking

after only a brief tasting I find the wine OK.

4 stars

Review from tesco.com

I visited Nederburg 20 years ago and I still have fond memories of the experience. The wine is good value at the discounted price. J. Lewis

A very pleasant drinkable wine.

4 stars

Review from tesco.com

An excellent drinkable wine on it's own or with soft cheese. Very pleasant I will certainly buy it again.

Disappointed

2 stars

Review from tesco.com

Not very good really. It had a strong "tang" to it which tasted vaguely like Pinot Noir but was not very nice. Will not buy again.

Western Cape-lIght and soft yet full of flavour,

4 stars

Review from tesco.com

This wine from the Western Cape poured lighter in colour than expected in the glass. It was subtle in summer fruit flavours. Itwas very enjoyable before food, and in my opinion should not be paired with any foods too strong in flavour. Nothing should be allowed to interfere with the subtleties and complexities of taste of this shy sweetheart of a wine.

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