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2016 Home Hill Estate Pinot Noir
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- Cellar 6 - 8 years (2023-2025)
- ABV 13.8%
- Closure: Stelvin
Home Hill is one of your classic Australian vineyard retreats that functions as both a serious winery and a charming getaway with restaurant included. The focus here is primarily on Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Sylvaner and Sparkling wine, but their track record really shines with Pinot. Over recent vintages they have clearly established themselves as one of Tasmania’s best and most consistent producers of the varietal, culminating in their 2014 Home Hill Reserve Pinot Noir taking out the Jimmy Watson Trophy.
An Outstanding Tassie Pinot that despite its sheer power and superb fruit intensity manages to tread lightly across the palate within a supple mouthfeel.
Semi translucent bright dark red core with black tinged edges and a dark crimson red hue. Exceptionally fragrant the nose offers up scents of red and dark cherries with subtle violet overtones followed by strawberry, a touch of meatiness, stalky cedar and fresh herb infusions. In the mouth the richness and power are outstanding yet there’s an overall feeling of elegance. Deliciously savoury flavours of red and dark cherries, strawberries and plum flood the palate over a background of subtle meatiness, stalky cedar and spicy dried herbs. Supplely textured with seamlessly integrated tannins and good vibrancy on the finish it concludes with a very long aftertaste of ripe dark cherries, strawberries, plum, a subtle meatiness, stalky cedar and spicy dried herbs.
Cellar 6-8 years.
Full crimson hue; the bouquet is suitably complex and the palate takes off like a Tesla, accelerating with mind-snapping yet elegant speed. Blood plum and black cherry fruit flavours have savoury/spicy foresty tannins to provide complexity but not challenge the primacy of the fruit. 13.8% alc. Drink by 2026.
James Halliday - Australian Wine Companion