Monday, 12 September 2016

2014 Yarra Valley Pinot Noir - Yarra Valley

GREAT VALUE drop with Peking Duck
or herb-roasted pork tenderloin.
ONE TO NOTE:  VICTORIA'S Toolangi Vineyards are interesting in that as well as having their own vineyards they also source additional fruit when they find exceptional quality available from other growers, and then contract to have it made by local makers they consider the very best at handling specific varietals.

And their just-released 2014 Yarra Valley Pinot Noir reflects the benefits of this philosophy: fruit was 100% off their own Dixons Creek vineyard that had enjoyed almost perfect growing conditions, and they had the wine made by Franco D'Anna from Hoddles Creek and William Lunn of Yering Station… the two creating a cracker drop abundant with red berry and bramble fruit flavours, nice acidity and supple tannins – and great value at $28 with Peking Duck or herb-roasted pork tenderloin.



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