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2017 Curly Flat Pinot Noir
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- Cellar 6 - 8 years (2025-2027)
- ABV 13.3%
- Closure: Stelvin
Semi translucent dark red at its core with tinges of black to the edges and a crimson red hue. Pronounced aromas of spicy dark cherries and anise intermingle with meaty characters, lightly smoked cedar, forest floor and dried herbs. Light in body with an elegant, agile feel the palate features an expressive flavour profile of dark cherries and strawberries subtlety infused with anise over a back drop of dried meats, forest floor and delicately scorched cedar. Spicy finish with bright acidity and slightly dryish, gravelly tannins. Excellent power with a long savoury aftertaste.
Cellar 6-8 years.
Entices immediately with heady aromas, all spiced cherries, pips, warm earth, autumn leaves and borage. But the palate is the clincher. Glossy yet fine tannins, graceful, lithe and long. Lovely wine. Drink by 2029.
Jane Faulkner – James Halliday’s Australian Wine Companion
I’m quite particular about Pinot Noir. There’s styles I very much like, and those that I don’t but may still rate highly, where appropriate. Anyway, here’s a style I do like, and I’d expect that it will have broad appeal too. As an aside, still clearing a bit of a cold, so I’m perhaps not quite at my best. Codral makes me do, and say, strange things.
The main thing I like here, is that there’s an earthy/mineral thing going on that sets it apart from the pack. Cherry, strawberry, spice, mint, autumnal, yet still bright with cranberry acidity, wonderful graphite tannin, a coolness and composure without compromising this sort of salt-of-the-earth integrity thingy. Finish is pure and mineral infused, with insistent tannin pushing it long. Fair to say I think this is very good, with more to come. Drink 2020-2032+
Gary Walsh – The Wine Front