Marlborough has a growing reputation for producing some of our finest Pinot Noirs and with quite different characteristics from their cousins in the South, these wines are now gaining international acclaim. The Lawson’s Dry Hills Reserve Pinot Noir 2013 is an outstanding example of a fine Pinot Noir. The hero of their range, this wine has taken out GOLD MEDALS in both the Marlborough Wine Show and the Air New Zealand Wine Awards. Taking home CHAMPION PINOT NOIR (Classic Oak Products) in the Marlborough Wine Show and SILVER in the Decanter World Wine Awards – and all well-deserved. Deep, dark burgundy in colour with bright purple hues, enticing floral aromas with hints of raspberry and cherry are offset by the spice and char of vanillary oak. On the palate you’ll experience rich red berries with well-balanced acidity and supple tannins, warm and generous this is a great wine for the coming winter months.