amisfieldvineyard

Amisfield Vineyard

Amisfield was established in 1988 and is a Central Otago, New Zealand based specialist producer of Pinot Noir and aromatic white wines.

More Chardonnay! ⁠⠀
We’ve produced a number of vintages of Chardonnay from a small block on the Amisfield estate for a while now. It’s always been a big hit at the Bistro and with wine club members, but availability has been limited. That’s why this spring we planted an additional 2 hectares of new Chardonnay vines. These Mendoza clones went in at the Northern boundary of the vineyard, adjacent to the Amisfield Burn and have been humming along through spring and early summer. They’re grown up enough to start to be trained and the crew have been out ensuring they get the right start, getting them accustomed to the wires and removing any low growth. ⁠⠀
We’re expecting the first vintage of organic Amisfield Chardonnay from these young vines in around 3 years time. Definitely something to look forward to. ⁠⠀
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More Chardonnay! ⁠⠀ We’ve produced a number of vintages of Chardonnay from a small block on the Amisfield estate for a while now. It’s always been a big hit at the Bistro and with wine club members, but availability has been limited. That’s why this spring we planted an additional 2 hectares of new Chardonnay vines. These Mendoza clones went in at the Northern boundary of the vineyard, adjacent to the Amisfield Burn and have been humming along through spring and early summer. They’re grown up enough to start to be trained and the crew have been out ensuring they get the right start, getting them accustomed to the wires and removing any low growth. ⁠⠀ We’re expecting the first vintage of organic Amisfield Chardonnay from these young vines in around 3 years time. Definitely something to look forward to. ⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ #organicwinenz #greatwineisinournature #organics #organicfarming #organicproducts #organicfarm #vineyards #vineyardlife #winemaking #winemaker #winelife #nzwineries #nzwinery #nzwine #organicwine #wine #winelove #winephotography #wineenthusiast #winelife #pinotnoir #tastethishere #pinotcentral #centralotago #nzwine #centralotagowine #newzealand #loveNZpinot #pinotnoir #nzwinegrowers - 8 days ago

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Barrel Topping: The oak barrels we use to age our Pinot Noir require “topping” at regular intervals over the period they contain wine. Why? Well, every day, a little wine disappears from each barrel. It’s sometimes known as the “angel’s share”, but the missing wine isn’t usually down to theft by celestial beings. It’s actually because the oak itself is slightly porous and consequently allows a small amount of evaporation to take place. That porosity is one of the reasons that oak barrels are so good for ageing wine in, but it also means we have to keep an eye on how full each of them are.⁠⠀
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We top the barrels up to fill the headspace that this evaporation leaves behind. In doing so, we’re limiting the chance of bacterial spoilage and the amount of air the wine is exposed to and subsequent oxidisation and further evaporation. ⁠⠀
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The cellar team are always checking and topping up the barrels that require it throughout the maturation period using wine that we set aside for this purpose from the same the vintage. ⁠⠀
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Barrel Topping: The oak barrels we use to age our Pinot Noir require “topping” at regular intervals over the period they contain wine. Why? Well, every day, a little wine disappears from each barrel. It’s sometimes known as the “angel’s share”, but the missing wine isn’t usually down to theft by celestial beings. It’s actually because the oak itself is slightly porous and consequently allows a small amount of evaporation to take place. That porosity is one of the reasons that oak barrels are so good for ageing wine in, but it also means we have to keep an eye on how full each of them are.⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ We top the barrels up to fill the headspace that this evaporation leaves behind. In doing so, we’re limiting the chance of bacterial spoilage and the amount of air the wine is exposed to and subsequent oxidisation and further evaporation. ⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ The cellar team are always checking and topping up the barrels that require it throughout the maturation period using wine that we set aside for this purpose from the same the vintage. ⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ #organicwinenz #greatwineisinournature #organics #organicfarming #organicproducts #organicfarm #vineyards #vineyardlife #winemaking #winemaker #winelife #nzwineries #nzwinery #nzwine #organicwine #wine #organic #winephotography #wineenthusiast #winelife #pinotnoir #tastethishere #pinotcentral #centralotago #nzwine #centralotagowine #newzealand #loveNZpinot #pinotnoir #nzwinegrowers ⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ - 12 days ago

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The Rocky Knoll Vineyard is a special parcel of land within the Amisfield domain. It’s here that the Pinot Noir vines from which we make our RKV Reserve Pinot Noir grow. It’s steeper sloping that the main vineyard and the lochar soils are gravelly with a thin layer of loose sandy loam and it features both a sunny, Northerly aspect and a corresponding Southerly aspect. The grapes from these vines are distinct from our larger Pinot blocks with smaller berries and lower yields.⁠⠀
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A proportion of the Rocky Knoll grapes go through a vineyard fermentation process, with their vessels placed amongst the vines to expose the grapes to yeasts indigenous to the fruit and that place within the vineyard. These yeasts are the unique to this block and the vintage and in part responsible for the complex, textural nature of RKV. The northerly aspect gives depth of flavor whilst the grapes from the southern aspect add to the structure of the wine. We believe it represents the best expression of our terroir.⁠⠀📷 @calamasal ⁠⠀
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The Rocky Knoll Vineyard is a special parcel of land within the Amisfield domain. It’s here that the Pinot Noir vines from which we make our RKV Reserve Pinot Noir grow. It’s steeper sloping that the main vineyard and the lochar soils are gravelly with a thin layer of loose sandy loam and it features both a sunny, Northerly aspect and a corresponding Southerly aspect. The grapes from these vines are distinct from our larger Pinot blocks with smaller berries and lower yields.⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ A proportion of the Rocky Knoll grapes go through a vineyard fermentation process, with their vessels placed amongst the vines to expose the grapes to yeasts indigenous to the fruit and that place within the vineyard. These yeasts are the unique to this block and the vintage and in part responsible for the complex, textural nature of RKV. The northerly aspect gives depth of flavor whilst the grapes from the southern aspect add to the structure of the wine. We believe it represents the best expression of our terroir.⁠⠀📷 @calamasal ⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ #organicwinenz #greatwineisinournature #organicwinenz #organics #organicfarming #organicfarm #vineyards #vineyardlife #winemaking #winemaker #winelife #nzwineries #nzwinery #travelnz #nzwine #organicwine #wine #winelove #winephotography #wineenthusiast #winelife #pinotnoir #tastethishere #pinotcentral #centralotago #nzwine #pinotcelebration2020 #centralotagowine #loveNZpinot #nzwinegrowers - 1 month ago

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On the afternoon of Wednesday the 8th Jan, we applied a treatment of the seaweed solution and biodynamic preps 502, 503, 504, 505 and 506 to a number of rows of Pinot Noir in Block 7. A couple of days prior to the full moon is the perfect time for this task, so during the afternoon the barrel was stirred thoroughly in order to dynamise its contents, before the team set out to apply the solution by hand. ⁠⠀
It was a sunny afternoon, with a light warm breeze as we filled our buckets with the rich seaweed soup before spreading droplets onto the foliage using bunches of wild flowers and Manuka fronds.⁠⠀
Block 7 is looking pretty healthy right now, despite a windy, cool start to the season and with the vines keeping the spreaders hidden from one another, we kept in contact with one another singing snatches of song as we walked. ⁠⠀
It’s interesting how much more intimate an experience it is to walk the vines spreading the solution by hand like this. You’re moving slowly, up close and personal with the individual vines…⁠⠀📷 @calamasal ⁠⠀
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On the afternoon of Wednesday the 8th Jan, we applied a treatment of the seaweed solution and biodynamic preps 502, 503, 504, 505 and 506 to a number of rows of Pinot Noir in Block 7. A couple of days prior to the full moon is the perfect time for this task, so during the afternoon the barrel was stirred thoroughly in order to dynamise its contents, before the team set out to apply the solution by hand. ⁠⠀ It was a sunny afternoon, with a light warm breeze as we filled our buckets with the rich seaweed soup before spreading droplets onto the foliage using bunches of wild flowers and Manuka fronds.⁠⠀ Block 7 is looking pretty healthy right now, despite a windy, cool start to the season and with the vines keeping the spreaders hidden from one another, we kept in contact with one another singing snatches of song as we walked. ⁠⠀ It’s interesting how much more intimate an experience it is to walk the vines spreading the solution by hand like this. You’re moving slowly, up close and personal with the individual vines…⁠⠀📷 @calamasal ⁠⠀ #organicwinenz #greatwineisinournature #organicwinenz #organics #organicfarming #organicproducts #organicfarm #vineyards #vineyardlife #winemaking #nzwineries #nzwinery #nzwine #organicwine #wine #wineenthusiast #tastethishere #pinotcentral #centralotago #nzwine #pinotcelebration2020 #centralotagowine #newzealand #pinotnoir #nzwinegrowers #organicconversion #biodynamic #biodynamicwine #nzwinegrowers #organicconversion ⁠⠀ - 2 months ago

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Here’s another experiment we’ve got going on at Amisfield. Whilst we’re going through the process of organic conversion, we’re looking at the effects of some biodynamic viticulture techniques on vine and soil health. This barrel is a “soup” containing seaweed, water and biodynamic preparations 502 (Yarrow), 503 (Chamomile), 504 (Nettle), 505 (Oak) and 506 (Dandelion). They’ve been fermenting in the vineyard ready to be applied to the Pinot Noir vines in Block 7. We’re monitoring the growth of the vines in these rows and their fruit carefully in order to assess their progress under these biodynamic treatments. In these images, you can see the preps being suspended in the seaweed solution. ⁠⠀
We’re going to apply the solution by hand onto the foliage of the vines. More to come! ⁠⠀
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Here’s another experiment we’ve got going on at Amisfield. Whilst we’re going through the process of organic conversion, we’re looking at the effects of some biodynamic viticulture techniques on vine and soil health. This barrel is a “soup” containing seaweed, water and biodynamic preparations 502 (Yarrow), 503 (Chamomile), 504 (Nettle), 505 (Oak) and 506 (Dandelion). They’ve been fermenting in the vineyard ready to be applied to the Pinot Noir vines in Block 7. We’re monitoring the growth of the vines in these rows and their fruit carefully in order to assess their progress under these biodynamic treatments. In these images, you can see the preps being suspended in the seaweed solution. ⁠⠀ We’re going to apply the solution by hand onto the foliage of the vines. More to come! ⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ #organicwinenz #greatwineisinournature #organicwinenz #organics #organicfarming #organicproducts #organicliving #organicfarm #vineyards #vineyardlife #winemaking #winelife #nzwineries #nzwinery #nzwine #organicwine #wine #winephotography #wineenthusiast #winelife #pinotcentral #centralotago #nzwine #pinotcelebration2020 #centralotagowine #biodynamic #biodynamicwine #pinotnoir #nzwinegrowers #organicconversion ⁠⠀ - 2 months ago

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One of the more interesting experiments we’re undertaking at Amisfield is using mid-row irrigation and cultivation. Instead of using the more traditional method of running irrigation along the lower wire of the trellis we’ve been trialing a system on some of our Pinot Noir vines on blocks 7 and 7c in which we run the irrigation pipes underground in the middle of the row. ⁠⠀
Why? As we manage the vineyard using organic practices, we don’t use any herbicides to control weed growth under the vines. Irrigation from the trellis not only waters the vine, but also the weeds that inevitably take advantage of a free drink. That means more cultivation is required to keep unwanted weed growth under control. ⁠⠀
With mid-row irrigation, there’s less water for weeds to use and choke the vines and more organic matter grows in the middle of the row.  This brings an additional benefit – by planting legumes such as perennial clovers and Lucerne in the middle of the row, we’re helping to bring additional nitrogen into the soil, without the use of chemical fertilisers. ⁠⠀
Legumes contain symbiotic rhizobia bacteria that live within nodules in their root systems. These bacteria produce nitrogen compounds that help the plant to grow. When the plant dies, the fixed nitrogen is released, making it available to other plants which helps to fertilise the soil. Additionally, organic matter that results from us mowing these legumes adds to the volume of organic matter in the soil, further contributing to the health the vines. ⁠⠀
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One of the more interesting experiments we’re undertaking at Amisfield is using mid-row irrigation and cultivation. Instead of using the more traditional method of running irrigation along the lower wire of the trellis we’ve been trialing a system on some of our Pinot Noir vines on blocks 7 and 7c in which we run the irrigation pipes underground in the middle of the row. ⁠⠀ Why? As we manage the vineyard using organic practices, we don’t use any herbicides to control weed growth under the vines. Irrigation from the trellis not only waters the vine, but also the weeds that inevitably take advantage of a free drink. That means more cultivation is required to keep unwanted weed growth under control. ⁠⠀ With mid-row irrigation, there’s less water for weeds to use and choke the vines and more organic matter grows in the middle of the row. This brings an additional benefit – by planting legumes such as perennial clovers and Lucerne in the middle of the row, we’re helping to bring additional nitrogen into the soil, without the use of chemical fertilisers. ⁠⠀ Legumes contain symbiotic rhizobia bacteria that live within nodules in their root systems. These bacteria produce nitrogen compounds that help the plant to grow. When the plant dies, the fixed nitrogen is released, making it available to other plants which helps to fertilise the soil. Additionally, organic matter that results from us mowing these legumes adds to the volume of organic matter in the soil, further contributing to the health the vines. ⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ #greatwineisinournature #organicwinenz #organics #organicfarming #organicproducts organicfarm #vineyards #vineyardlife #winemaking #winemaker #winelife #nzwineries #nzwinery #nzwine #organicwine #wine #winelove #wineenthusiast #winelife #pinotnoir #tastethishere #pinotcentral #centralotago #nzwine #pinotcelebration2020 #centralotagowine #newzealand #loveNZpinot #pinotnoir #nzwinegrowers #centralotagopinotnoircelebration ⁠⠀ - 2 months ago

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The secret life of Chardonnay. 
After a week during which we’ve seen some extremely heavy rain here in Central Otago, the weather has finally turned and we’re seeing some very welcome sunshine. It’s certainly been cool recently, but we’re now starting to see flowers opening across the vineyard. 
These Chardonnay vines are Mendoza, 1066 and 548 clones which were planted in 2011 and grow on a North East facing slope just above the winery buildings here at Amisfield. The grapes from these vines were previously used in our sparkling wines, but are now largely used to produce our estate Chardonnay. We’ve enjoyed our three Chardonnay vintages so much, we’ve recently planted an additional two hectares of Mendoza clones at the Northern boundary of the vineyard, adjacent to the Amisfield Burn. 
The little buds you can see in the images aren’t baby grapes, but the shell-like petals of the flowers which are about to bloom. Inside each of these are the flower’s stamen (the male parts) which hold the pollen sacks; and the pistil (the female parts). Because each vine is a hermaphrodite, the plants are self-pollinating. Once the pollination has taken place, the stamen drop off, and we’ll start to see clusters of mini berries that will become the grapes starting to form.

The secret life of Chardonnay. After a week during which we’ve seen some extremely heavy rain here in Central Otago, the weather has finally turned and we’re seeing some very welcome sunshine. It’s certainly been cool recently, but we’re now starting to see flowers opening across the vineyard. These Chardonnay vines are Mendoza, 1066 and 548 clones which were planted in 2011 and grow on a North East facing slope just above the winery buildings here at Amisfield. The grapes from these vines were previously used in our sparkling wines, but are now largely used to produce our estate Chardonnay. We’ve enjoyed our three Chardonnay vintages so much, we’ve recently planted an additional two hectares of Mendoza clones at the Northern boundary of the vineyard, adjacent to the Amisfield Burn. The little buds you can see in the images aren’t baby grapes, but the shell-like petals of the flowers which are about to bloom. Inside each of these are the flower’s stamen (the male parts) which hold the pollen sacks; and the pistil (the female parts). Because each vine is a hermaphrodite, the plants are self-pollinating. Once the pollination has taken place, the stamen drop off, and we’ll start to see clusters of mini berries that will become the grapes starting to form. - 3 months ago

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Shoot thinning Pinot Noir vines in Block 4. Thinning the  shoots ensure the vines remain in balance, concentrating growth energy in the fruit, whilst improving airflow through the canopy which helps ensure the vines remain healthy through the summer. Care and vigilance are pillars of organic viticulture and it’s always “hands on” with the vines.

Shoot thinning Pinot Noir vines in Block 4. Thinning the shoots ensure the vines remain in balance, concentrating growth energy in the fruit, whilst improving airflow through the canopy which helps ensure the vines remain healthy through the summer. Care and vigilance are pillars of organic viticulture and it’s always “hands on” with the vines. - 3 months ago

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We’re on a journey. The viticultural and winemaking teams at Amisfield are taking our vineyard and winery through the process of conversion to organic certification. It’s an exciting time - there’s much to learn and much to be inspired by. Around 1/3 of our vineyard is already certified organic and we expect to be fully converted for our 2021 vintage.

We’re on a journey. The viticultural and winemaking teams at Amisfield are taking our vineyard and winery through the process of conversion to organic certification. It’s an exciting time - there’s much to learn and much to be inspired by. Around 1/3 of our vineyard is already certified organic and we expect to be fully converted for our 2021 vintage. - 3 months ago

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Frost alert // Frost danger will stay with us until early December, and while it is unusual & uncommon, we have had frosts in January before.⁠
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Frost alert // Frost danger will stay with us until early December, and while it is unusual & uncommon, we have had frosts in January before.⁠ .⠀⁠ .⠀⁠ .⠀⁠ .⠀⁠ .⠀⁠ #wine #pinotnoir #pinotcentral #nzwine #winery #vineyard #biogro #organics #amisfield #winelovers #vine #vines #centralotago #otago #newzealand #sustainability #innovation #view #teamwork #workhard #oftheland - 4 months ago

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Frost alert // Inside the winery at this time of year, wines are getting ready to be bottled having rested since harvest.⁠
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Frost alert // Inside the winery at this time of year, wines are getting ready to be bottled having rested since harvest.⁠ .⠀⁠ .⠀⁠ .⠀⁠ .⠀⁠ .⠀⁠ #wine #pinotnoir #pinotcentral #nzwine #winery #vineyard #biogro #organics #amisfield #winelovers #vine #vines #centralotago #otago #newzealand #sustainability #innovation #view #teamwork #workhard #oftheland - 4 months ago

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Frost alert // While the temperature warms in the transition from winter to spring, the risk of frost is not gone yet.⁠
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Frost alert // While the temperature warms in the transition from winter to spring, the risk of frost is not gone yet.⁠ .⠀⁠ .⠀⁠ .⠀⁠ .⠀⁠ .⠀⁠ #wine #pinotnoir #pinotcentral #nzwine #winery #vineyard #biogro #organics #amisfield #winelovers #vine #vines #centralotago #otago #newzealand #sustainability #innovation #view #teamwork #workhard #oftheland - 4 months ago

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Farm // Our ever-quirky Guinea Fowl aka "disco chickens" basking in the spring sunshine.⁠
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Farm // Our ever-quirky Guinea Fowl aka "disco chickens" basking in the spring sunshine.⁠ .⠀⁠ .⠀⁠ .⠀⁠ .⠀⁠ .⠀⁠ #wine #pinotnoir #pinotcentral #nzwine #winery #vineyard #biogro #organics #amisfield #winelovers #vine #vines #centralotago #otago #newzealand #sustainability #innovation #view #teamwork #workhard #oftheland - 4 months ago

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Farm // Not-for-dinner ducks leading the way.⁠
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Farm // Not-for-dinner ducks leading the way.⁠ .⠀⁠ .⠀⁠ .⠀⁠ .⠀⁠ .⠀⁠ #wine #pinotnoir #pinotcentral #nzwine #winery #vineyard #biogro #organics #amisfield #winelovers #vine #vines #centralotago #otago #newzealand #sustainability #innovation #view #teamwork #workhard #oftheland - 4 months ago

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Farm // Bird feeder of epic proportions: kiwi ingenuity at its finest.⁠
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Farm // Bird feeder of epic proportions: kiwi ingenuity at its finest.⁠ .⠀⁠ .⠀⁠ .⠀⁠ .⠀⁠ .⠀⁠ #wine #pinotnoir #pinotcentral #nzwine #winery #vineyard #biogro #organics #amisfield #winelovers #vine #vines #centralotago #otago #newzealand #sustainability #innovation #view #teamwork #workhard #oftheland - 4 months ago

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The Seasons of Pinot Noir // The end result: Amisfield RKV Reserve Pinot Noir 2016 looking suave under its new black label. ⁠
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The Seasons of Pinot Noir // The end result: Amisfield RKV Reserve Pinot Noir 2016 looking suave under its new black label. ⁠ .⠀⁠ .⠀⁠ .⠀⁠ .⠀⁠ .⠀⁠ #wine #pinotnoir #pinotcentral #nzwine #winery #vineyard #biogro #organics #amisfield #winelovers #vine #vines #centralotago #otago #newzealand #sustainability #innovation #view #teamwork #workhard #oftheland - 4 months ago

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The Seasons of Pinot Noir // As spring arrives, malolactic fermentation comes to an end. ⁠
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The Seasons of Pinot Noir // As spring arrives, malolactic fermentation comes to an end. ⁠ .⠀⁠ .⠀⁠ .⠀⁠ .⠀⁠ .⠀⁠ #wine #pinotnoir #pinotcentral #nzwine #winery #vineyard #biogro #organics #amisfield #winelovers #vine #vines #centralotago #otago #newzealand #sustainability #innovation #view #teamwork #workhard #oftheland - 4 months ago

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The Seasons of Pinot Noir // Quietly resting through winter.⁠
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The Seasons of Pinot Noir // Quietly resting through winter.⁠ .⠀⁠ .⠀⁠ .⠀⁠ .⠀⁠ .⠀⁠ #wine #pinotnoir #pinotcentral #nzwine #winery #vineyard #biogro #organics #amisfield #winelovers #vine #vines #centralotago #otago #newzealand #sustainability #innovation #view #teamwork #workhard #oftheland - 4 months ago

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