Garnet-coloured, with crushed herbs and spice on the nose, this drop is fine-boned with a filigree coating of silky tannins. On the tongue, a long flow through the mouth gives a textured, unctuous wine.
Staindl Wines vines are grown to create the best possible fruit to make the best possible wine with minimal intervention. With perfect ripening conditions it lead to a fruitful balanced gorgeous season.
Garnet coloured lifted crushed herbs and spice on the nose. Fine boned with filigree of silky tannins coating the tongue leads to a long flow through the mouth of a textured unctuous wine.
Asian foods, white meats + game.
Vineyard Region: Red Hill South, Mornington Peninsula
Vintage conditions: A classic year with good spring rain and delightful ripening period leading to fruit in excellent condition.
Harvest Date: 10th March 2015
Bottling: April 2016
Peak Drinking: 2019 to 2025
Grape Variety: Pinot Noir
Maturation: 1/3 new oak 2/3 second use
Palate: Long, textured