Film-maker Michael Seresin created his winery in the heart of Malborough with the aim to make wine in the most natural way. All wines are made solely from estate-grown grapes and today Seresin is a well-respected winery which farms all its vineyards biodynamically in order to make wine with a strong sense of origin.
‘Leah’ Pinot Noir, named after his daughter, is Burgundian in style with berry fruits, spiced notes and silky tannins. Complex nose of red berried fruits, cherries and raspberries. Medium-bodied with a supple palate and silky tannins, whilst the natural fermentation adds complexity. Received 90+pts from Robert Parker and 16.5 pts from Jancis Robinson.
New Zealander still red wine from Marlborough New Zealand, made with Pinot Noir. Biodynamic.