Medium bodied, medium weight with lovely perfume of crushed herbs and charcuterie, this Pinot is fine-boned with silky tannins. The wine had good flow and lovely supple length.
The grapes experienced a lovely growing season with some heat spikes after the New Year. The vines coped well, with little stress as they carried a slightly lighter crop load.
Medium bodied, medium weight with lovely perfume of crushed herbs and charcuterie. Fine boned and silky tannins, the wine had good flow and lovely supple length.
Game meats, and beef bourguignon.
Vineyard Region: Red Hill South, Mornington Peninsula
Vintage conditions: Long warm growing season with heat spikes in the New Year leading to a compressed but fine vintage.
Harvest Date: Mid March 2016
Bottling: September 2017
Peak Drinking: 2018 till 2030
Grape Variety: Pinot Noir
Maturation: Old oak casks
Colour: Light brick colour
Nose: Perfumed, crushed herbs and charcuterie
Palate: Long fine boned tannin with supple elegant mouth feel.