Te Maire Rise Martinborough Pinot Noir 2009

13-Jun-2011
The value of the small grower should never be underestimated. In difficult economic times, such people face enormous pressures from the lack of economies of scale. However, the well-capitalised and quality conscious can survive and prosper. And this is to the benefit of all, for it is the base of all the smaller growers and winemakers that form the personality of any winegrowing region. Te Maire Rise is the lifestyle grape growing and winemaking project of Judy Dell and Griff Page, with 0.75 ha of Pinot Noir vines planted in 2000, on a site on Te Maire Road, near the road between Martinborough and Featherston. A mix of Dijon clones is employed and the wine is made by Martinborough veteran Chris Buring of Oak House.

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