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2014 Felton Road Cornish Point Pinot Noir
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- Cellar 5 - 6 years (2020-2021)
- ABV 14%
- Closure: Stelvin
Aged for 13 months in French oak with approximately 25% of the fruit included as whole clusters. Semi translucent dark red colour with black tinged edges and a crimson purple hue. Intense aromatics of dark plum and anise are followed by traces of black cherries with a light smoky cedar overlay and underlying meaty earth and spice like notes. Medium weighted, rich and powerful the palate has a supple layered textural feel with mouthfilling flavours of ripe dark cherries and dark plums interspersed with anise and hints of smoky cedar over a background of spice and meaty characters. Gorgeous satin like tannins. Outstanding power wave with a very long ripe spicy dark cherry, dark plum, anise, subtlety smoked cedar and dried meats aftertaste.
Cellar 5-6 years.
Cornish Point tends to be a little bit softer in texture and weight, with lower acidity from the site in general. Around 20 to 30% whole bunch, crushed to tank, left to sit and ferment wild. I oscillate on fully enjoying Cornish Point over the Block wines, but this release had me from a wink across the room. Fine truffle note over black cherries. Smells like fine chocolate fondant, touch of Xmas cake spice, whiff of mahogany wood, then something fresh, frisky, gently herbal and floral. Slides across the palate with ease and a seamless, smooth feel. Great energy in the wine. Vibrant, harmonious, great balanced but distinctly also a relaxed, open weave feel that makes the wine so good. Really delicious. Really good. Drink: 2015 - 2025
Mike Bennie – The Wine Front