Tapanappa Fleurieu Peninsula Pinot Noir 2010 – 91 Points

Author: Gary Walsh
Source: The Wine Front
Review Date: Oct 2011

I was busy tasting some Pinot Noir the other night, and I have to admit, I quite enjoyed it. This sits under the other Pinot Noir from Tapanappa – Foggy Hill.

Mint, squishy red fruits, nice oak – contributes a little pencil and spice. It’s medium weight, sweetly fruited and pulls through the mouth with good control – fine tannin and gentle, unforced acidity. Not the biggest of finishes, but good enough. Feels just a little too flat for a higher score, through there’s no doubting it offers a lovely Pinot drinking experience.

Rated : 91 Points

Drink : 2012 – 2017

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