Indulge yourself – 2009 Foggy Hill Vineyard Pinot Noir 2009 – 5 stars

Author: Ralph Kyte-Powell
Source: The Age - Epicurean
Review Date: Jan 2011

Made by the Australian-French Tapanappa partnership, this wine from South Australia’s Fleurieu Peninsula sums up pinot noir’s sappy mystery well. Aromas of flowers, dark-cherry jam, forest earth and seamlessly integrated spicy oak lead through a satiny, medium-bodied mouthful with a long, aromatic finish.

Ageing? Drink over four years.

Food ideas Prosciutto-wrapped quail; mild soft cheeses.

5 Stars a superb example, a near perfect wine of great character, worthy of the big occasion and the best company.

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