Tag: Foggy Hill Vineyard 2014 Pinot Noir

“Delicious, drinkable and delightfully svelte” – Tony Love | The Advertiser

Author: Tony Love
Source: The Advertiser
Date: Sep 2016

Brian Croser’s Foggy Hill vineyard is on one of the coldest and wettest sites in the state, chosen to nurture a pinot that clearly revels in the climate there. This is exciting, high-toned wine with vibrant varietal aromatics of crushed

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“A superb wine” 95 Points – Huon Hooke

Author: Huon Hooke
Date: Apr 2016

Deep red colour with a tinge of purple and a floral, lifted boquet showing some earthy, minty and forest-floor nuances. Dried flowers. Chewy tannins, a trace of Vegemite from oak and development and (possibly) lees contact. The wine is full-bodied

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“Savoury and structured” 92 Points – Tyson Stelzer | WBM Magazine

Author: Tyson Stelzer
Source: WBM Magazine
Date: Apr 2016

A savoury and structured vintage for Foggy Hill true to a slightly warmer vintage, a wine of beetroot character, sour morello cherries and sweet and sour notes, with robust tannins and good persistence. A more rustic season for Foggy Hill.

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“a pinot of stunning quality” – Chris Shannahan | Canberra Times

Author: Chris Shannahan
Source: Canberra Times
Date: Apr 2016

After losing control of Petaluma Wines to Lion Nathan (now Lion Co) early this century, founder Brian Croser established Tapanappa Wines, based on existing vineyards in the Piccadilly Valley (Adelaide Hills) and Wrattonbully, near Coonawarra. In 2003, Croser planted a

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“Superb wine” 95 Points – Sydney Morning Herald

Author: Huon Hooke
Source: Sydney Morning Herald
Date: Feb 2016

Low grape yield led to a concentrated, powerful wine with sappy, spicy complexities plus cherry, vanilla and chocolate nuances. Soft, rich and ripe. Superb wine.

95 points

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“Loved it” 94 Points – Peter Chapman | Syndicated Papers

Author: Peter Chapman
Source: Syndicated Papers
Date: Jan 2016

NO WASHED-out, cordial-like colour for this robust pinot noir. Still revealing that lighter red drinking style typical of pinots, but offering bigger fruit flavours with nice spice. Loved it.


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