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Allan Scott Pinot Noir - The Perfect Dinner Guest

Allan Scott Pinot Noir - The Perfect Dinner Guest This Winter

The table is set, the logs are on the fire and delicious, rustic aromas fill the air - so complete the scene and take your annual seasonal soirée to the next level with Allan Scott Pinot Noir, the ultimate dinner guest!

Boasting rich Marlborough dark cherry and raspberry notes with hints of wild herbs, Allan Scott The Hounds Marlborough Pinot Noir 2011 offers a soft and well balanced palate with subtle oak influences - the perfect indulgence for elegant winter dining.

A sophisticated match for rare beef or rich, gamey meats such as wild venison or your favourite indulgent blue cheese, The Hounds Marlborough Pinot Noir 2011 is an ideal companion for the cuisine influences of the season.

Owner of Allan Scott Family Winemakers, Allan Scott, says the prestige Marlborough Pinot Noir is a product of special attention in the cellar.

"Our Prestige Single Vineyard range of wines is produced from our best estate grown grapes and reflects low yield vines and meticulous viticulture," says Scott.

"Winter is a season for bold, elegant flavours and The Hounds Pinot Noir adds something special to any dining occasion, with its extended barrel ageing that allows the fruitiness to settle and the wild herb characters to really come forward."

Allan Scott The Hounds Marlborough Pinot Noir 2011 (RRP $31) and the full range of Allan Scott Wines are available from Glengarry Wines and online at www.allanscott.com

For more information, visit www.allanscott.com

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