Dark cherry and sweet red berry fruits with hints of spice and subtle French oak. The palate is rich and generous with dark red fruits, supple tannins and a smooth texture.
- TAS - Tasmania
The quality on offer here is striking, marrying the best of attractive ripe red and dark fruit characters with earthy spice and more savoury complexity, some blue fruits too, really engaging. The palate is wrapped together with fine even tannin and holds a wealth of perfectly ripe sweet cherry and mulberry flavoured fruit flesh. Fine texture, long and precise, it frames the finish up beautifully, leaving a gently toasty, precise and juicy impression. Drink in 2016. Rating 96 - Nick Stock - Tasting Report: Tasmanian Pinot Noir June 25th, 2014
Winery Tasting Notes
Vibrant Red undertones with dark cherry hues.
Lifted dark cherry notes with underlying bright red berry fruits. Hints of cedar, toast and spice lead to a complex aromatic profile.
Generous primary fruits of dark cherry and strawberry overlay subtle notes of tobacco, sassafras, sweet spice and toasty oak. The tannins are fine and firm, and in combination with the natural acidity create great focus and length.
Whilst approachable now, the richness of fruit and fine tannins will reward you, after careful cellaring with a complex, spicy wine. Optimum cellaring now to 2022.
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