Sunday, 14 April 2019
Curly Flat Williams Crossing Pinot Noir 2017
When the entry-level Pinot Noir looks like this, it's exciting to wonder where the top brass sits. This is a fab drop for $29.
Wild yeast fermented with a mix of new (18%), second, third and fourth use oak was used.
A dense type exuding autumn leaves, undergrowth, dark cherries, dense plums and flashes of blackcurrant. Superfine to taste, spiced fruit rides a long and moreish finish capped off with bright acidity. Top stuff.
Drink now to six years.
Region: Macedon Ranges
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