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2017 Dexter Pinot Noir
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- Cellar 6 - 8 years (2024-2026)
- ABV 13.5%
- Closure: Stelvin
Deep dark red colour with black tinged edges and a bright light red hue. Very perfumed the nose offers up intense aromatics of violet laced ripe cherries, red plums and strawberries which meld into forest floor, fresh herb, light stalky cedar and spice notes. Delicious ripe cherry, strawberry and anise flavours ride a terrific power wave which expands across the palate like a peacock’s tail. Adding interest are elements of forest floor, game, a subtle stalkiness, spicy cedar and infusions of fresh herbs. Supple feel finishing with fresh balanced acidity, perfectly integrated velvet smooth tannins and a long moreish aftertaste.
Cellar 6-8 years.
Dexter, the TV series, held me for a few series, but then waned when I couldn’t continue believing Michael C Hall as the serial killer protagonist. It just started to fray at the edges. A shame when series do that. That first series though… anyways, Tod ‘no extra d’ Dexter, is one heck of a quality producer of Mornington Peninsula regional staples. Here’s the anticipated 2017 release.
It’s a more assertive release from Dexter, a little less delicate, but still well under the boxing weight of most pinot noir from the region. It holds its succulence and feathery tannins well, it’s loaded with cherry juice and pomegranate fruit scents and flavours, it offers a sprinkle of herb n spice to taste. It’s exceptionally long in flavour too. Indeed, it’s a beautiful wine when you take stock of it all, and best of all, drinkability is high. A really lovely expression once more. Drink 2018-2026.
Mike Bennie - The Wine Front