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2015 Bass Phillip Premium Pinot Noir
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- Cellar 6 - 8 years (2023-2025)
- ABV 13.2%
- Closure: Pro Cork
Deep, slightly cloudy, dark red colour with a bright dark crimson hue. Very perfumed the nose offers up aromatics of violets, red cherries, hints of sour cherries and subtle strawberries overlaid by fresh herb infusions with faint stalk and spicy cedar notes ensuing. Light in body weight but possessing excellent power the palate dishes up red and sour cherry flavours subtlety laced with dried herbs within a vibrant yet restrained mouthfeel over notions of light earth and spicy cedar. There’s bright acidity on the finish and the tannins are finely grained. Long aftertaste of red and sour cherries, fresh strawberries, subtle dried herbs and spicy cedar.
Cellar 6-8 years.
Quite often I prefer the Premium to the Reserve, which is no bad thing. So sure-footed and confident, it almost has a swagger. Cherry, sweet cinnamon and cedar oak, dried flowers, a little earthy bass. Medium bodied, silky and precise, with delectable savoury and fruit sweet switching, layered and complex already, laced up tight with ultra-fine pixel tannin, and long smashed strawberry and spice finish. A delight. Really needs a few years, or at worst, a good spell in a decanter. Drink 2020-2040.
Gary Walsh – The Wine Front
Deep red colour with a good tint of purple. The bouquet is nutty and oak-influenced, with suggestions of almond meal and freshly-shelled walnut. There are some bunchy vegetal notes. It's a little closed and needs time to emerge. It’s full-bodied and dense, high-extract, loaded with tannin and lush in spicy flavour. The fruit is lavish as are the tannins. A wholly impressive pinot, which will surely soar in a high trajectory over the next few years. The density, concentration and fleshy extract are mightily impressive, as is the prodigious length. Drink 2019 to 2032.