You kind of have to be really invested in South Australia, to make an endeavour out of planting new Pinot Noir vineyards there. Still, some good wines over the years. Cedar, mint, spiced poached strawberries, cherries, and a little varnish. It’s warm, soft and squishy with sweet vanilla red fruit, some cedar oak flavour, fine grained silty tannin, and a solid finish. It’s flavoursome, but diffuse, and the alcohol warmth chimes in on the finish.
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