Wednesday, 3 September 2014

Warramate Pinot Noir 2012

This is an example of why Pinot can be so pleasurable and yet it doesn't cost a bomb.

Strawberries and red florals come out to play. Add some varietal mulch factor, rhubarb and a hint of violets and there you go.

Soft and balanced, the aromas connect with the palate nicely. The fruit is fresh and vibrant in the mouth. Some dark cherry is a welcome addition as is some spice which lingers on a long finish.

I'm picturing a few glasses of this would go down very easily on a lazy Sunday afternoon in the spring sunshine.

Very good indeed.

Region: Yarra Valley
RRP: $28

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