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Breaking News – Shaky Bridge Pinot Noir Rated Top 4 Value Wine in the World!

Posted by Carey Schulz on

Image of a bottle of award-winning Shaky Bridge Central Otago Pinot Noir

Wine Spectator in the US has rated Shaky Bridge Pioneer Series Pinot Noir a top 4 value wine in the world!

Wine Spectator is the premier wine magazine in the United States and has just released its list of wine ratings for 2015. Shaky Bridge Pioneer Series Pinot Noir is rated as the 4th best value wine in the world across all varieties. This is a well-deserved review for a great wine – congrats team!!

Limited Stock Be Quick!

New Zealand Wine Co-Op has secured some of the last of this high-quality, hand crafted artisan wine.

For UK wine lovers, New Zealand Wine Co-Op is the only outlet in the UK where you can snaffle some of this award-winning New Zealand Pinot Noir – so be quick we’ve only got very limited stock!

Tasting Notes

Bold, dark, inky and opaque. Aromas of blackberry, blueberry, plum, cocoa and vanilla. The palate is full of ripe, rich fruit integrated with smoky vanilla oak giving a long and complete finish.





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