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"We discovered this little beauty by accident and alas as soon as we started to get to know one another....it was all gone....awesome value for a real gem of a pinot....really interesting multi character specimen, but in a good way. I found myself drinking with or without food and depending on what was around this wine shape shifted to surprise...pleasantly.....every time. I am still relatively young in my pinot journey but I already miss this delightful little beauty."
2008 d'Angelo Fugiastro Pinot Noir
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- Cellar Drink Now - 3 years (2013-2016)
- ABV 13.5%
- Closure: Screw Cap
If you're keen on buying local, D’Angelo Estate Vineyard is for you. Two of its vineyards, one in Montrose, (Yarra Valley) and the other in Officer on the outskirts of suburban Berwick, are each just 45 minutes from Melbourne. Their 'Fugiastro' Pinot (Italian for 'wild') undergoes wild fermentation, with fruit sourced from D'Angelo's oldest vines in the Yarra Valley planted in 1994, as well as the family's Officer vineyard.
Semi translucent bright crimson red colour with light brick red hue. The nose shows good perfumed lift with aromas of ripe dark cherries and strawberries followed by a touch of anise, some gamey cedar like characters and spice. Light to medium bodied the palate is very generous with ripe dark cherry and dark strawberry flavours overlaid by some anise and cedar with a spicy back palate. Excellent power wave. Soft supple mouthfeel with velvet smooth tannins and long ripe dark cherry, dark strawberry, anise and spicy cedar aftertaste.
Drink over the next 2-3 years (2013-2016).