Saint Clair Omaka Reserve Pinot Noir 2021

Elegant, aromatic and perfectly balanced.
Saint Clair Omaka Reserve Pinot Noir 2021
Saint Clair Omaka Reserve Pinot Noir
Saint Clair Omaka Reserve Pinot Noir
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Tasting Notes

Dark garnet core with a thin rim.


Intensely aromatic with dark fruits and spice with a hint of vanilla.


Full bodied and complex displaying flavours of black cherry and olive brine with a fine grained tannin structure. The finish is long and savoury, incorporating subtle graphite characters and toasty oak.

Ageing potential:

This wine is drinking beautifully now or with careful cellaring will mature into a more complex wine that can be enjoyed for the next 8 to 10 years or beyond.

Winemaking and Viticulture

Kyle Thompson


The fruit was harvested when it had reached full physiological ripeness and maximum flavour maturity. At the winery the fruit was held cold for five days prior to fermentation to help extract maximum flavour and to enhance colour stability.
Specially selected cultured yeast were used to carry out the primary alcoholic fermentation, during which the fermenting must was hand plunged up to six times daily at the peak of fermentation. At dryness the wine was pressed, then racked off gross lees to a mixture of 29 per cent new French oak and older seasoned 225 litre oak barriques.

During maturation the barrels were regularly tasted until the right balance was achieved (ten months). During this time in oak, the young wine completed malolactic fermentation. The wine was then carefully extracted from oak, blended and prepared for bottling.


Predominantly sourced from a single vineyard in the Delta region within the Southern Valleys sub-region of Marlborough. A naturally low cropping vineyard that produces tight bunches with small berries which intensifies the flavour and concentration of the wine. The vineyard was harvested at the optimum ripeness and flavour profile.

Wine Analysis
Wine Analysis:

Alcohol: 13% v/v

Titratable Acidity: 6.3g/litre

pH: 3.45

Food Match
Our Food Match Recommendation:

Perfectly matched with herb-crusted rack of lamb served with green bean and olive salad and new season potatoes.

Vegetarian Friendly

Tasting Notes PDF
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Previous Vintages Tasting Notes:

20202019 2017 | 2015 | 2014


Gold Medal, 5 Star Rating, Bob Campbell: The Real Review, 2023

Gold Medal - New Zealand International Wine Show, 2023

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