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2015 Tolpuddle Vineyard Pinot Noir
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- Cellar 5 - 6 years (2021-2022)
- ABV 13.5%
- Closure: Stelvin
Tolpuddle is the Tasmania outpost of Shaw & Smith’s Martin Shaw and Michael Hill Smith.
Deep dark red colour with tinges of black around the edges and a bright dark red hue. Showing a prominent whole bunch influence perfumed aromas of violets and dark cherries laced with dried clove meet up with some strawberry, a subtle meatiness, smoky cedar and spice. Light and elegant but possessing excellent richness and power the palate features flavours of dark cherries, spice and strawberries infused with dried cloves over a back drop of subtle meaty characters and smoky cedar. Quite savoury with finely grained perfectly integrated tannins. Long persistent finish of spice, dark cherries, strawberries, dried herbs, meaty characters and smoky cedar.
Cellar 5-6 years.
The fourth vintage under Shaw & Smith control, this has such immediate appeal and attractive style it will be hard to see this wine making it to many cellars. The nose is super expressive with swirling spicy red cherries and boysenberry-scented pinot noir fruit. It's gently sappy, showing some herbal notes and toasty, spicy oak. The palate has intensity, depth and length; it's fleshy and supple through the middle, but the ever-so-slightly tart red-cherry flavors are mouth-wateringly fresh. The tannins are perfectly groomed, and the acidity is pitch-perfect. A great vintage: They have totally nailed it! Drink now.
Bright, clear crimson; this is right up there with the best of the best from a great Tasmanian vintage, sharing the alluring, perfumed fruits and the integrity of high quality tannins proficing the structure for a long future. There is a purity to the red and black cherry/berry fruits that shines through the portals of the savoury/spicy tannins. A luminous future will richly repay those who are patient. Drink by 2028.
James Halliday – Australian Wine Companion