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RegionMarlborough, NZ
WinemakerDr Andrew Hedley
AromaAromas of cheery, plum, pomegranate and smoke.
PalateFlavours of plum, black cherry and a red fruit compote. Rich and fleshy in the mouth with soft tannins and persistent flavour. Easy to drink on its own or match with food.
Vinification/MaturationGrapes from six different vineyard sites were given a short cold soak period before fermentation commenced. Plunging was gentle and not too frequent, aiming to retain elegance in the wine. Dry wines remained on skins until the tannin balance looked approachable. Components were aged in new (13%) and used French oak barriques for seven months. Bottled without fining or filtration.
Acidity (TA)5.1 g/L
Bottles per Case6
Peak DrinkingDrinking now or will reward short term cellaring
Recommended Food PairingLamb, duck, salmon and charcuterie.

Proudly introducing one of New Zealand’s exciting and indvidual wine brands, Framingham Wines and its punk rock inspired range Nobody’s Hero. Inspired by winemaker Dr Andrew Hedley’s favourite punk rock band ‘Stiff Little Fingers’, the range is about celebrating individuality and being who you want to be – not anyone’s hero. Nobody’s Hero wines are encased by a label that dares you to look beyond the bland and celebrate individuality through good music and great wine!

Nobody’s Hero Marlborough Pinot Noir is a fleshy, satisfying wine made in the Framingham way. Here, we prefer an elegant, “feminine” style of Pinot Noir with fragrance, charm and grace. Wine for those who just want to be themselves.

Weight 8 kg
Dimensions 27 x 18 x 35 cm

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