2015 Bass Phillip Estate Pinot Noir


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2015 Bass Phillip Estate Pinot Noir

Gippsland, Victoria, AUSTRALIA
$76.99 Bottle
  • Cellar 6 - 8 years (2023-2025)
  • ABV 12.5%
  • Closure: Pro Cork

Phillip Jones rates 2015 as one of his best vintages delivering wines with varietal purity, fresh natural acidity, tangy minerality and overall balance.

Semi translucent, slightly cloudy, dark red core with a bright light red hue. A fragrant nose of red cherries and hints of sour cherries laced with subtle violet scents and delicate fresh herb infusions overlays some meatiness, damp earth and spicy cedar. Light, vibrant palate with flavours of red cherries, sour cherries and strawberries subtlety infused with violets followed by a light meatiness and spicy cedar. Supple mid palate finishing with fresh acidity and very fine grained, perfectly integrated tannins. Excellent length with a long savoury aftertaste of red cherries, strawberries, hints of sour cherries, violet infusions, fresh herbs and spicy cedar.
Cellar 6-8 years.
Alc 12.5%

Other Reviews….
This has stacks of personality, lively with green herbs and briar, undergrowth, sour strawberry scents, white pepper and kombu seaweed character. Funkier, you could say, than Old Cellar and Crown Prince, and lively to a tee. It’s wild edged in herb and spice, but crisp and firm in tannin, touch of sweet sour in the best possible way, energetic, racy even, delicious. Spice and Autumnal characters finish the wine. Really like this, but it is flighty.
94 points
Mike Bennie – The Wine Front