Riversdale Estate Centaurus Reserve Tasmania Pinot Noir 2014
  • Trophy winning Pinot Noir
  • Rated 94 points by James Halliday
  • Showing smooth red berry fruit and spice

Riversdale Estate Centaurus Reserve Tasmania Pinot Noir 2014 x6

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1 Trophy
1 Gold
2 Silver
11 Bronze
"Creeps up on you; the colour is ok, the bouquet pleasantly spicy, and it's not until the second take on the palate, like a trout returning for a fly on the water it missed the first time, that the dark plum skin flavours take hold, and linger long." 94 points, James Halliday Wine Companion, August 2016.


1 Trophy, 1 Gold, 2 Silver, 11 Bronze

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Pinot Noir




Duck breasts with fig sauce and spinach risoni.


French oak.


Bright ruby hues.


Aromatic nose with intense fruit nuances of cranberry, violet, strawberry spicy cloves.


Spice and red berry fruits with a savoury, stalky, forest floor finish. Smooth yet strong tannins are balanced by excellent acid support on the lengthy, powerful finish.


"Pinot Noir from Tasmania's Coal River Valley. This is a Cellarmasters wine. It's a damn good one too. It crackles with spice and leaves but it has a core of dark, berried flavour. Varietal to the ninth degree. Lively with acidity, underpinned by undergrowth, autumnal but with plenty of sunshine. Macerated cherry flavour help give it a depth, a presence. Complex already. This will age, no problems, but it's already drinking very well." 93 points, Mike Bennie, The Wine Front, 2017.

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