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Kooyong Meres Pinot Noir (6-pack) 2014
  • Rated 96 points by James Hallliday
  • Elegant Australian Pinot Noir
  • Meaty, savoury and complex

Kooyong Meres Pinot Noir (6-pack) 2014 x6

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Its elegant, light-footed palate sits atop a long and linear frame, culminating in a tight, smoky, mineral finish.

Wine Region

MORNINGTON PENINSULA

Drink Until

2024

Varieties

Pinot Noir

Alcohol

13.0%

Foods

Try with delicate milk fed lamb rack or pink pigeon breast.

Oak

French oak.

Colour

Bright red.

Nose

Layers of complexity; raspberry, lavender, savoury bark and herbal spice.

Palate

Its elegant, light-footed palate sits atop a long and linear frame, culminating in a tight, smoky, mineral finish.

Background

The Kooyong vineyard is located on the Mornington Peninsula at Tuerong, on Miocene sedimentary soils. Our wines are made from domain grown, handpicked grapes and aim to manifest terroir: the integration of our geology and soils with the macroclimate of our region, the mesoclimates of the various sites within our vineyard and the weather of the annual grape growing season. Our cultural operations in the vineyard and practices in the winery endeavour to articulate these unique characteristics diligently, respectfully and without artifice.

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Call 1800 500 260 to purchase a single bottle for $75.00 (plus delivery and handling)

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