Tapanappa Foggy Hill Fleurieu Peninsula Pinot Noir 2008 – 17.3/91+ points

Author: Andrew Graham
Review Date: Jun 2010

Much more enjoyable than the last time I tasted it (big bowled Riedels help) this is definitely not a Burgundian Pinot, yet it’s still a stylish wine. Sour cherry and rhubarb on a stalky, rather masculine and brawny nose. It’s missing some intensity on the middle palate which is not surprising given it’s only the second crop, finished off with well integrated acidity.

Should be even more impressive given further vine age. 17.3/91+

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