Colour: Light to medium red
Nose: Ripe raspberries, blackberries, with spice notes
Palate: Lovely full raspberry fruit with great tannin structure
Cellar note: Drink now or keep for another 6 to 8 years.
Food pairing: Like many Pinot Noir, this wine pairs easily with game dishes, specially wild duck, Guinnea fowl or quail. It also pairs well with pan-fried salmon or tuna ‘steaks’. Also great hard and/or medium strong flavoured cheese
Our view: A typical Yarra Valley Pinot Noir, it is a delicate wine that will intrigue you with its nose and flavours. Offers great value for money.