On the south end of New Zealand's north island, Martinborough's drier climate lends more tropical
notes to its Sauvignon Blancs and consistent ripeness to its Pinot Noirs. Long ago this land, like
much of this region, was covered in scrub but thanks to the hard back-breaking work of men known
in the day as swaggers this land was cleared and prepared for use. One of the most famous
swaggers of this region was a man known simply as Russian Jack. These rich lands that are now
covered in picturesque vineyards produce world class wines, thanks in part to the hard working
nature of its people both past and present and this wine is named in the spirit of that tradition.
|A youthful wine with aromas and flavors of red and darkfruits balanced by a hint of spice, and followed by round tannins and a velvety finish.
|Following fermentation the wine aged five months in French oak.