Wednesday, 13 November 2013

Cooks Lot Pinot Noir 2013

Quality Pinot is not cheap and whilst there are several in the market under $20 of very good quality, the contest at the price point is heating up.

There is not too much wrong with this drop. It's a solid wine which delivers varietal characteristics.

Damp earth and mulchy characters get things moving. Gentle spice with fistfuls of morello cherry washing around. The finish is soft and fine.

Well priced, it's an easy drop to throw in your glass for a mid week tipple.

Who: Cooks Lot Wines
What: Pinot Noir (12.5% alc)
Where: Orange
When: 2013
How: $20