Deep in character – 2010 Foggy Hill Pinot

Author: Tony Love
Source: Courier Mail, Advertiser etc
Review Date: Jul 2012


Tapanappa 2010 Foggy Hill Pinot Noir

A gorgeous wine from close to the Southern Ocean, Brian Croser’s Fleurieu vineyard named for its summer and autumn fogs. The 2010 growing season was a warm year, so this wine is deep in fruit character, with hints of star anise, tea and, wrapped up in the aromas, a lovely floral lift all beautifully complex. The palate is youthful and so very lively, with an impressive balance of acid and tannin.Deep and lingering flavours of dark cherry to finish. Terrific.

Value: Class

Food: Spicy squab

Rating: 4.5/5


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