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2012 Dalrymple Pinot Noir
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- Cellar 5 - 6 years (2018-2019)
- ABV 13.5%
- Closure: Stelvin
Over recent years the Dalrymple Pinot Noir in particular, has taken significant steps forward both in terms of quality and consistency, so much so that it is now becoming difficult to procure.
Matured for 8 Months in 30% new French oak barriques, with the balance being older French oak barriques. Semi translucent dark crimson red colour with light purple red hue. Scented aromas of ripe dark cherries intermingle with a touch of anise and some dark plum followed by subtle spicy cedar. Light to medium weight the palate possesses generous flavours of ripe dark cherries, strawberries and plum showing good richness and depth followed by some anise and spice. Velvet smooth tannins with a supple rounded mouthfeel. Very good power wave with long ripe dark cherry, dark strawberry, subtle anise and spice aftertaste.
Very Limited Stocks.
Drink over the next 3-4 years.
Tasmania is Robert Hill-Smith’s latest passion, and it’s difficult to say whether the enthusiasm of his talented team is the result of the rise and rise of Dalrymple, or the other way around. Either way, the entry pinot of the estate is one of the most elegantly alluring on the shelves under $25 right now. A blend of estate and grower vineyards, increasingly from the Coal River Valley, it glides with rose hip fragrance, pink pepper and tangy red cherries. Well toned fruit weight is matched by gently lively acidity and finely textured, harmonious tannins. Drink: 2013-2017