Friday, 28 July 2017
Polperro Landaviddy Lane Pinot Noir 2015
Sitting at 160m above, this Single Vineyard was planted in 1992 on a south westerly facing slope. The wine is handled exactly the same as the Mill Hill.
Lots of savoury love here. It's earthy and precise. Spiced plums and dark cherry fruit are partnered by a dash of pepper, a kick of earth and raspberries. The tasting notes suggest gun smoke and it's certainly there. The mouth is brushed with pillows of fine tannins - a soft, long and delectable finish. Take a bow Sam Coverdale.
Region: Mornington Peninsula
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