2018 Two Paddocks Pinot Noir

2018 Two Paddocks Pinot Noir

92 Points Richard Caro
2018 Two Paddocks Pinot Noir
92 Points Richard Caro

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A leading central Otago Pinot Noir. The Two Padocks label sources elegantly flavoured fruit from Alexandria, but now also incorporates fruit from a range of vineyards in other subregions. Consistently awarded, this is quality wine for the price.

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$49.99 in mixed 6+ or $55.99 per bottle



Pinot Noir

Its Origins

Founded in 1993 with a small 2ha vineyard in Gibbston Valley, we now have a total of 15 ha with a further two vineyards in the Alexandra Basin. Our focus is primarily on Pinot Noir, but we also produce a small quantity of Riesling. Our Two Paddocks single vineyard wines, First Paddock and Last Chance Pinot Noirs are all estate grown, whilst Picnic, our diminutive second label, is a regional Central Otago blend. We are dedicated to sustainable production, with our vineyards managed under SWNZ certification. Winemaker: Dean Shaw, The Central Otago Wine Company.

What The Critics Say

95/100 Wine Orbit, Sam Kim (2017 vintage)

"Beautifully proportioned and seductively engaging, the wine shows lifted aromas of red/black cherry, olive, floral and warm spice characters with subtle toasted nut complexity. The palate exhibits succulent fruit intensity together with mouthfilling texture, wonderfully complemented by savoury nuances and polished tannins, finishing persistent and silky. Splendidly styled and promises to evolve magnificently. At its best: 2019 to 2027. $55.00. Certified organic. www.twopaddocks.com. July 2018."

5 Stars Michael Cooper (2016 vintage)

"The latest vintages are the best yet. Grown at the company's sites at Bannockburn (68 per cent), Alexandra (26 per cent) and Gibbston (6 per cent), and matured in French oak casks (20 per cent), the 2016 vintage (5*) is deep ruby, fresh, youthful and savoury, with vibrant, plummy, spicy, nutty, slightly earthy flavours, showing excellent complexity, and a well-structured, long finish. Likely to be long-lived, it's well worth cellaring to 2020+."

95/100 Huon Hooke (2015 vintage)

"Meaty, charcuterie aromas; soft, fleshy and complex in the mouth, savoury and delicious. There is lively acidity, and the palate is quite concentrated and full of tannins. It's polished and gorgeously textured, almost sexy, with persistence and ready drinkability. (From their Bannockburn, Earnscleugh Alexandra and Gibbston vineyards) 11 SEP 2017."

Stats & Food Matching

  • Variety

    Pinot Noir

  • Colour


  • Region

    Central Otago

  • Closure


  • Volume


  • Maturity

    2019 - 2023

This Wine Goes Well With

with BBQ
with LAMB
with PORK



Delivery & Returns

We deliver throughout New Zealand and to some locations overseas. Our deliveries are made by trusted third party carriers. For further details on prices and delivery options please go to DELIVERY INFORMATION section of our site.

If for any reason you are not entirely happy with your order or you suspect that they may be affected by a quality issue, please do not hesitate to contact us and we will remedy the problem straight away. Contact us on 0800 422 767.


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