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2015 Moorooduc Estate Robinson Vineyard Pinot Noir
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- Cellar 5 - 6 years (2022-2023)
- ABV 13.5%
- Closure: Stelvin
Moorooduc Estate, planted in 1982, was one of the first to be established on the Mornington Peninsula by Richard and Jill McIntyre who today continue to make magnificent wines assisted by their daughter Kate McIntyre MW.
Supple, gloriously rich and possessing explosive power.
Semi translucent dark red colour with a crimson red hue. Intense aromas of ripe red and dark cherries as well as fresh strawberries show a sense of brightness followed by infusions of anise and violets over a back drop of supple meatiness and spicy, lightly toasted cedar. The palate possesses superb richness within its light to medium bodied frame delivering a mouthfilling flavour experience of ripe red and dark cherries intermixed with strawberries and anise followed by subtle meaty nuances and spicy cedar. Outstanding power wave with a supple mouthfeel and velvet smooth, seamlessly integrated tannins. Very long powerful conclusion of ripe red and dark cherries, strawberries, spice, anise, meaty cedar and traces of clove.
Cellar 5-6 years.
Three clones (MV6, 777 and 667), hand-picked, destemmed, wild yeast open-fermented, 19-21 days on skins, matured in French oak (20% new). A complex bouquet with cherry, plum and spice aromas full of promise delivered - and then some - on the long, intricately detailed palate. The varietal fruit remains centre stage, but savoury/spicy/foresty notes provide a continuous drum beat urging you to return again and again, glorying in the wine's complexity. Drink by 2030.
James Halliday – Australian Wine Companion