Pinot Noir Magnum, Hans Herzog

Pinot Noir 2014 Magnum

Regular price $288.00 Sale

Our Magnums are presented beautifully in our exclusive wooden boxes (domestic customers only). Best enjoyed with a group of friends and family. 

500 years of Pinot winegrowing heritage and 50 years’ experience crafting it, peak in one of the most magnificent but understated Pinot Noirs of New Zealand. Hans’ experience with this variety makes for a powerful and rich portrayal of Burgundy’s greatest varietal. Striking aromas with Hans’ signature purity and silky texture. Matured in the finest French oak barriques for 18 months and matured for 3+ years in bottle before it is released. One for the ages.

Vintage 2014+

The Herzog’s grow Pinot Noir since many centuries on the steep hills of the Rhine River in Switzerland. Pinot probably flows in Hans’ blood and with the experience of over 40 Pinot vintages the wine speaks for itself. 2014 was another great growing season rewarded our vineyard work with perfect physiologically ripe and healthy grapes. We picked the different clone’s end of March on the warmer sandy soils and beginning of April on the cooler clay soils of the house block; all at a tiny yield of 700g per vine.

Hans' Winemaking Comments+

'A long skin contact allowed to extract the vibrant flavours. The must then progressed naturally to a long wild yeast fermentation. After gently pressing, the wine was transferred into partly new French Barriques where it underwent a second natural malolactic fermentation and matured on its fine lees for a total of 18 months. Unfined & unfiltered to retain the great flavours.'

Tasting Notes+

Elegant and understated in Hans’ traditional old world style. A food wine, less fruit driven than your typical New World Pinot. Exceptional depth, concentration and structure (natural high dry extracts) from its low yields. (No free run juice for concentration). Vibrant and alluring with notes of dark red fruits, dark chocolate and a deep earthy undertone held together by ripe tannins, fine acidity and minerality. This elegant wine will develop beautifully over many years.

Technical Data+


100% Pinot Noir


Pommard clones UDC5; Dijon clones 114, 115, 667, 777; Swiss clone 10/5



Residual Sugar


Ageing Potential

10+ years

Food Matching Suggestions+

A perfect match for almost anything! But particularly great with pork, lamb and pasta dishes.