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2003 Farr Rising Mornington Peninsula Pinot Noir
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- Cellar 4 - 5 years (2009-2010)
- ABV 13.5%
- Closure: Cork
PINOT NOIR - THE SEARCH FOR THE HOLY GRAIL
Anthony Hanson, in his book on ‘Burgundy’ makes the statement “Ca Sent Ca Merde’ (Great Burgundy smells of shit) – a common expression on the Cote. Not always, but frequently there is a smell of decaying matter, vegetable or animal about them.’ For a full discussion visit Pinot Noir: The Search for the Holy Grail
This is a more generous Pinot than Nick Farr’s Geelong version. Bright crimson colour with mauve hue. Medium body. The nose has a perfumed lift with notes of violets, strawberry, cherry and spice showing good varietal character, with just a hint of game. The palate has impressive weight, showing a moderate power wave. Flavours of strawberry, cherry and spice emerge over a background of liquorice and Troncais oak. Long aftertaste of strawberry, cherry and spice.
Cellar 4-5 years (2009-2010)
Clean and expressive; black plums and spice; immaculate structure, balance and length. DRINK 2010
'James Halliday - 2006 Australian Wine Companion'