An over delivering Pinot Noir from Central Victoria, this combines some floral notes, spice, a touch of earth and lifted red fruit tones on the nose. Medium bodied, the tannins give just the right tension on the back end while an under pinning of acidity gives a juicy quality to the red fruit flavors. This is an excellent value that should show well over the next couple of years.
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90 pts Wine & Spirits – Top 100 Best Buys of 2018
This grows at a vineyard in the Yea Valley, in northern Yarra. It’s firm, ripe and floral, a bridge between pinot noir’s delicacy and the riper, tea-like tones of Grenache. There’s enough acid zing to manage the ripeness and point up scents of star anise and orange zest. For tea-smoked duck. (October 2018)
90 pts Wine Enthusiast Dec 2018
This Victorian Pinot walks a tightrope between fruit and spice, offering up ripe cherries and currants alongside black pepper and a touch of baking spice warmth. Firmly in the medium-bodied spectrum, the sinewy yet silky tannins and earthy core balance out the juicy red fruit.