Wednesday, 24 March 2021

d'Arenberg The Feral Fox Pinot Noir 2019


An easy-drinking Pinot that shuffles its way toward the light Shiraz territory. An enjoyable wine no less.

There's some depth here and unmissable spice which could mislead you thinking it was a Shiraz. Strawberries and red berry compote are the main players. A lovely light hue and brightness in the glass catch the eye. Some plummy features are joined by twigs and some dried leaves. The finish dries out gradually leaving a respectable length to peruse. A handy Pinot.

Drink to five years.

90/100

Region: Adelaide Hills
RRP: $32
Source: Sample

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