Tapanappa Foggy Hill Pinot Noir 2009 – 93 Points

Author: Gary Walsh
Review Date: Jun 2010

Well I suppose if you have to have one you might as well have a good one: lovely cork.

Creamy caramel tinged oak and a mix of cherry, plum and raspberry fruit with a slight rosy fragrance. Mid-weight with a pleasing sense of dryness and a subtle minerality that’s often not found in local Pinot. Silky smooth tannin rides with a sidecar of subtle stalkiness. Good length of flavour. Perhaps some young vine dilution, but the overall feel and impression is positive. Took a couple of days to open up and flesh out. Best release to date I?d say.

Rated : 93 Points

Tasted : Aug10

Alcohol : 13%

Closure : Cork

Drink : 2013 – 2018


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