Mount Pleasant Old Hill Pinot Noir 2021 - QWine Reviews

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Mount Pleasant Old Hill Pinot Noir 2021


Mount Pleasant = the oldest Pinot Noir vines in Australia. Another great piece of historic trivia from Australia's oldest continuous wine producing region, the Hunter Valley. This is an excellent drink. I can't fault it. More please!

Big love and then some. Red and sour cherries skip about with that lip smacking Hunter Valley earthiness. Fine woodsy spices unfurl thoroughout. There is a little weight here, and in some respects, it has me thinking of some Central Otago examples that shoulder a little load. Oak is balanced and plays a neat supportive role. Rhubarb compote and red plums get moving with dried leaves and twigs hitching a ride. Long, medium-bodied deliciousness. Yeah, more please!

Drink to eight years.


Region: Hunter Valley
RRP: $55
Source: Sample

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