Bastards of Pinot Noir

That wonderful Bastard Larry

Inspired by one of the ‘take home’ messages from the New Zealand Pinot Noir Celebration 2013, so eloquently articulated by Sam Neill, I have been doodling away on the “Bastards of Pinot Noir”.

It’s meant to be a song although reads more like a poem but I’m thinking if someone can come up with a musical score, along the lines of Led Zeppelin ‘Stairway to Heaven” or Johnny Lee Hooker Mr Lucky with some long guitar riffs, it might sound… well…more like a song.

What do think?

Right bunch of Bastards of Pinot Noir



By Curtis Marsh | New World Pinot Noir, Wine Feng Shui | Related to: , |

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