Monday, 26 September 2016

Rolf Binder Montepulciano 2014

A heavier and more dense example of this Italian varietal, but the generous delivery has me sucked in admittedly.

Tar, dark cherries and plums, black tea and some earthy savouriness. It's a wine which has a simple drinking factor yet offers complexity for thought. Mouthfilling and soft, it's long to finish and worth a look for those keen to mix it up a little. I suspect if you have one glass you'll have two pretty quickly.

Drink now and for the next few years.

91/100 - Very good

Region: Eden Valley
RRP: $30
Source: Sample

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