Riversdale Estate Grown Tasmania Pinot Noir 2014
  • Rated 93 points by James Hallliday
  • Complex Tasmanian Pinot Noir
  • Boutique single vineyard wine

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"From the Coal River Valley. Typical strong colour, deep and bright, accurately heralds a powerhouse pinot that does not suffocate itself - the varietal expression is good - and has years in front of itself before tiring; spiced poached plum fruit has enough acidity and tannin framework to provide flavour balance. The flavour to price ratio is compelling." 93 points, James Halliday Wine Companion, November 2016.

Wine Region

TASMANIA

Drink Until

2019

Varieties

Pinot Noir

Alcohol

14.5%

Foods

Loin of lamb with a mushroom and eggplant ragout.

Oak

12 months French oak.

Colour

Dark red with crimson hues.

Nose

Perfumed nose of cherry, raspberry with spicy notes.

Palate

The palate is full of bright fruit, cherry and raspberry flavours with a hint of spice and subtle violet notes. Silky tannins and lively acid add balance to long finish.

Background

Riversdale Estate is located in the Coal River Valley and lies in the shadow of the famous Utas radio telescope. The nearby museum was named in honour of the founder of radio astronomy, Grote Reber, so it's not surprising that Riversdale Estate turned to the cosmos for inspiration when naming their range of ultra premium, cool climate wines.

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