Oakridge has the luxury of covering all price points. Slotting in at $30, this Yarra Valley range Pinot Noir is a solid wine.
Warm and spicy, it shows true varietal characteristics of cherries and earthiness. Brown spices steal the show and swamp the mouth refusing to release their grip. A little red apple, a little red currant too. For a Pinot that ticks the boxes, this goes okay. But if you can spend another $15, things level up massively when you tap into the Vineyard Series range.
Drink to five years.
89/100Region: Yarra Valley