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2009 Sangreal By Farr Pinot Noir
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- Cellar 5 - 6 years (2016-2017)
- ABV 13%
- Closure: Cork
By Farr wines are made exclusively from grapes sourced at the estate on north/northeast undulating slopes at Bannockburn, Victoria. Planted in 1994 The Sangreal vineyard is the oldest of the By Farr vineyards lying on a north facing slope which has red ironstone colouring on the surface and a limestone base unlike the other By Farr vineyards which are mostly black volcanic soil with heavy amounts of limestone on the surface. The vine rows run north/south gaining full sun exposure throughout the day resulting in more perfumed, prettier wines and is always the first vineyard to be harvested.Deep dark red colour with dark red mauve hue showing excellent depth for a Pinot Noir. Fragrant and very perfumed the nose displays lifted notes of violets, dark cherries, dark plum, cedar and spice with a gamey overlay. Rich and possessing an explosive power wave the palate delivers mouthfilling flavours of dark cherry, violets infusions and spice followed by some game and cedar on the back palate. Perfectly integrated velvet smooth tannins with very long and persistent aftertaste of dark cherry, spice, earth, cedar and game.
Cellar 5-6 years (2016-2017)
Alc 13.0% Other Reviews....
Deep purple-crimson; the bouquet has a rich and complex array of dark berry fruits, shifting up a gear on the positively voluptuous palate, which opens strongly and does not back off at any stage. Despite all this, it is a wine of finesse, very different to Farrside Pinot Noir. Drink by 2020.
Australian Wine Companion - James Halliday