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2013 Moorooduc Estate Pinot Noir
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- Cellar 5 - 6 years (2021-2022)
- ABV 14%
- Closure: Stelvin
Moorooduc Estate, planted in 1982, was one of the first to be established on the Mornington Peninsula by Richard and Jill McIntyre. With yields of less than 2 tons per acre and the fruit 100% destemmed the resultant wine was matured in French oak with 25% being new.
Supple, rich and powerful this is a superb example of Mornington Peninsula Pinot Noir without the hefty price tag.
Semi translucent dark red colour with tinges of black around the edges and a dark red hue. Perfumed aromas of dark cherries, strawberries and subtle violets are met by a touch of anise and some meatiness with spicy toasted cedar end notes. Light to medium weight in body the palate possesses terrific richness and power delivering mouthfilling flavours of ripe dark cherries intermixed with strawberries and subtle anise over a back drop of dried meats, toasty cedar and spice. Excellent length with a supple mouthfeel and very fine velvety tannins. Long conclusion of ripe dark cherries, plum, strawberries, some meatiness, toasty cedar and spice.
Drink over the next 5-6 years.
Balance is the key. It's a powerful release, dark of fruit and smouldering with spice, the mix of fruit sweetness and tangy acidity carried smoothly along by crackling spice and creamy oak. It pushes various buttons at just the right moments, keeping one eye on the future as it does so. Drink by 2023.
Campbell Mattinson – James Halliday’s Australian Wine Companion