Adnams seeks to find the finest examples from the world's most renowned wine producing regions. Wines that have character, complexity and truly express how the magic mix of vine, soil, weather and man can come together to create something special. In the past 20 years one region has risen to challenge Burgundy's pre-eminent production of the Pinot Noir grape and that is the Otago region of New Zealand's South Island. Its cool climate has provided the perfect growing conditions for this fickle grape. Winemaker John Forrest cultivates Pinot Noir vines in the well-favoured Bannockburn region and makes this modern classic for us. Flavour-packed and displaying the characteristic elegance of Pinot alongside a New World vigour.