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95 Points, Jamie Goode, Wine Anorak, A Prophet’s Rock Vin De Paille 2016

This wine deserves a mention, even if few will get to try it. It’s the first vintage of Prophet’s Rock new Vin de Paille, a ‘straw wine’ made from Pinot…

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Wine Review: Collaborative Cuvée Pinot Noir from Prophet’s Rock

The Adelaide Review, Dave Brookes (Online)  Central Otago meets Burgundy in this wonderful bottle of Cuvée from Prophet’s Rock, writes Dave Brookes Collaborations between winemakers are a cool thing. We…

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Eurocentric beauties, The Real Review

The cross-fertilisation of wine cultures between Europe and the Antipodes continues apace. This week I had a visit from Jane Eyre (tastings), an Aussie who lives in Beaune and makes…

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New Zealand’s Central Otago is a Pinot Noir haven

  The popularity of Pinot Noir seems to know no bounds. It’s always been popular, but it’s upward trajectory the last decade and change has been nothing short of impressive.…

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The Best Things in Life are Gris

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Central Wine Ticket to Obama Banquet Dinner

Otago Daily Times – 22nd March 2018 By Pam Jones They don’t know what their wine will be served with, and aren’t betting on meeting the former president of the…

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Evening Standard, Meet Paul Pujol: the world-class winemaker of Prophet’s Rock

‘People who say, “You can’t drink the good stuff all the time,” are talking rubbish… Paul Pujol quotes late, great Anglo-Australian wine personality Len Evans as he pours laser-sharp Riesling,…

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Simple Pleasures

Independent Wine Monthly Forthright and Independent wine commentary and reviews Emma Jenkins MW For full article click here As the mother of cialis 20 mg three small children it’s been…

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Raymond Chan – Central Otago New Release Tasting

Raymond Chan Wine Reviews – 24th November Central Otago Pinot Noir New Release Tasting For full article please click here Every year Central Otago Pinot Noir Ltd conducts a ‘Spring…

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Taking it slow in Central Otago

This article is credited to L.M. Archer’s article on Palate Press – click here for full article Individuation: Fruit vs. Site Forsyth sees a decided march towards individuation throughout Central Otago’s vineyards.…

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