Foggy Hill 2009 Pinot Noir “an absolute corker”!

Author: Sam Wylie Harris
Source: Belfast Telegraph
Review Date: Aug 2011

Not surprisingly, Kiwi’s aren’t the only ones producing silky smooth wines Down Under. For an absolute corker, try Tapanappa, Foggy Hill Pinot Noir 2009, Adelaide Hills [Ed: Fleurieu Peninsula], South Australia. The colour of morello cherries, it’s produced by one of the country’s most famous winemakers, Brian Croser (formerly of Petaluma). Polished and beautifully structured with ribbons of red and black fruit, subtle tannins and an elegant finish, save this beauty for lightly seasoned dishes, rather than hickory-flavoured platters.

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