Pinot Noir fans are always on the lookout for regions that deliver quality and value. New Zealand’s Hawkes Bay is a top contender — and this elegant Pinot Noir from the renowned Sileni Estate will show you why. Star winemaker Grant Edmonds has made acclaimed wines in New Zealand, Australia and Bordeaux (at Saint-Emilion Premier Cru Classé Château Pavie) and knows just how to make the most of Hawkes Bay’s flavor-boosting sunshine and flavor-sealing cool nights.
Named for the famous Cape Reinga lighthouse, New Zealand’s northernmost maritime beacon, Lookout Point will greet your nose with billowing raspberry and cherry aromas, with juicy fruit and smooth spice on the palate. As the estate is named for the Sileni, who celebrated good wine, food and company alongside Bacchus, you may not be surprised to learn that this velvety Pinot Noir is made for enjoying with a big feast. Versatile and food-friendly, it’ll taste great with BBQ chicken and turkey, roast duck and pork or a juicy baked ham.