Mountford The Gradient Pinot Noir 2009 Waipara

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Sep 19th, 2012 | By | Category: Video Wine Reviews

Mountford The Gradient Pinot Noir 2009 Waipara

In this video I taste possibly the best New Zealand Pinot Noir. Mountford The Gradient Pinot Noir gives a nod to the old world. The grapes are crushed using the traditional foot stomping technique. This would be up there in my top 5 New Zealand Pinot Noirs that I’ve had the pleasure, and fortune, to taste.

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Written by Jayson Bryant

Jayson’s roots in wine began when his father literally dragged him round France and injected his passion into him. From the age of 8 his family took month long holidays in France travelling through all regions and sampling their wine.
UnScrewed has reinvented the concept of wine tasting in New Zealand and along the way found a new and willing audience. In addition to encouraging straightforward wine tasting, Jayson educates viewers about the effects of regional factors (soil, sun, wind) on wine flavours, and how to buy wine.