Tapanappa Foggy Hill Pinot Noir 2013
  • Intense and sweet Pinot Noir
  • From the Foggy Hill vineyard, Fleurieu Peninsula
  • Definite tannin structure provides savoury finish

Tapanappa Foggy Hill Pinot Noir 2013 x6

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The Foggy Hill Vineyard is on a northwestfacing slope at Parawa, the highest point of the Fleurieu Peninsula half way between Victor Harbor and Cape Jervis. This Pinot Noir is intense with sweet fruit flavours and a savoury finish.

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Try with duck risotto.


Matured in French oak.


The colour is dense by Pinot Noir standards reflecting the sunny vintage effect on berry pigmentation and the effect of plucking the leaves from around the bunches before veraison.


The fruit aroma is of ripe and spicy black berry-fruits with floral and notes that contribute to Pinot's "peacock's tail".


The palate has intense and sweet fruit flavours reflecting the aromas that persist but with very definite tannin structure that provides a savoury finish.


2013 was a warm and very dry vintage at Parawa without heat waves. Foggy Hill received 1301°C days of heat over the 2013 growing season against the long-term average of 1135°C days and received a meagre 63% of normal growing season rainfall. Early season warmth accelerated the growth and fruiting processes at Parawa ensuring an early harvest but the moderate summer day temperatures of the very maritime Parawa climate, preserved the fragile and delicate aromatic Pinot Noir varietal character.

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