Pinot Noir Single Vineyard from 10-year-old vines from the Marlborough region (Rapaura). The wine matured for 10 months in French oak. Highly concentrated Pinot Noir with strong aromas of dark stone fruit, spices and vanilla. Ripe in flavor, balanced with well-marked, but not dominant tannins. It tastes good with lamb and pork.
Rimapere is the result of a collaboration between the families of Baron Benjamin de Rothschild and Peabody, the latter owning the Craggy Rang Winery in New Zealand. Rimapere in Maori means five arrows and refers closely to the symbol of the Rothschild family. In this case, the five arrows symbolize five brothers - the five sons of Mayer Amschel Rothschild, who created the foundations of this dynasty. The vineyard where this wine is made is located on the prestigious Rapaura Road in the south of Marlborough and the Wairau Valley. This region produces the best wines in the country and is the birthplace of one of the best Sauvignon Blanc wines in the world and certainly one of the most refined and expressive.