“Filigreed tannins and a diaphanous weave of freshness and pungency”- 93 Points | Ned Goodwin MW | – Tapanappa Foggy Hill ‘Definitus’ Pinot Noir 2021

Author: Ned Goodwin MW
Review Date: Jan 2024

Sassafras, bing cherry, licorice root and orange balm. Filigreed tannins and a diaphanous weave of freshness and pungency, with a moreish core of porcini dashi. Yet the end result is a lighter weighted pinot in an Australian context. Refreshing enough, but a bit thin. Drink or hold. Screw cap.

93 Points

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