Take it to the Grave Pinot Noir 2017 (24 x 250mL Cans), Adelaide Hills, SA.

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$5.99 per Can
$143.76 per case

Overview

Take it to the Grave is a joint venture between Nicholas Crampton and South Australian wine grower Jim Zerella created to deliver interesting and rewarding wines whilst challenging a few established rules and preconceptions. The Take it to the Grave Pinot Noir takes on one of the wine world’s most entrenched rules – that it is impossible to make high quality, varietally expressive but affordable Pinot Noir.

Region:
SA - Adelaide / Adelaide Hills
State:
South Australia
Country:
Australia

Winery Tasting Notes

Blood red in colour with a lifted and varietal nose of wild strawberries, ripe plums and cherries. The palate is rich and expressive with supple cherry and red berried fruit, a beautifully lush mouth-feel matched by fine tannins and soft acidity that provide structure and length.

Vintage
2017
Region
SA - Adelaide / Adelaide Hills
Grape Style
Pinot Noir
Alcohol
13.5%

Winery Profile

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Take it to the Grave was created by Nicholas Crampton and winemaker Corey Ryan as a range of contemporary wines that explore the greatest challenges and rewards in winemaking. This starts with a Pinot Grigio from the Alpine region of Tumbarumba. The ultra-cool climate is truly winemaking on the edge but results in truly elegant wines with beautiful freshness. The Pinot Noir tackles the challenges of achieving this most demanding of varieties at an affordable price using a core of Adelaide Hills fruit. The Langhorne Creek / Barossa Valley Shiraz displays the unique richness and character that only truly old-vines can.

The fun and impactful label has resonated with a wide range of consumers, each finding their own meaning in the expression  “Take it to the Grave” although the outstanding wine quality, as show by gold medals and up to 92 point scores from the likes of James Halliday and Campbell Mattinson, have certainly helped get them to come back for more.

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