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2017 Gembrook Hill Pinot Noir
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- Cellar Drink Now - 6 years (2019-2025)
- ABV 13%
- Closure: Diam Cork
Semi translucent bright red colour with a light red hue. Fragrant ripe red to dark cherry and strawberry scents mix with hints of violets, toasty cedar, forest floor, dried meats and spicy fresh herb notes. Beautifully round and silky in the mouth, the palate is decorated with delicious red to dark cherry and strawberry fruits which are underscored by toasty cedar, forest floor and spicy dried meat elements. Finishes with good freshness and velvet smooth tannins. Excellent drive with a long elegant aftertaste.
Drink over the next 5-6 years.
When maybe I’ll have a glass turns into maybe I’ll polish off the bottle.
What I love about this release is the ease at which it paints a complex picture. It hardly seems to be trying and yet graphite, undergrowth, wild flings of herbs, walnut and black cherry flavours march forward. Tannin runs slick and dry, acidity drives through it, flavour is never left behind. It’s a filigreed wine, savoury and autumnal, yet all-the-while it feels composed and complete. Pitch. It’s a wine of perfect pitch. Drink 2021-2030+
Campbell Mattinson – The Wine Front
Like its I.J.M. sibling, and indeed all of the pinots produced by Gembrook Hill over the years, this is a wine of exquisite purity that has instant appeal for those who understand pinot noir, whether from Australia or Burgundy. It's ready now, and the changes of age will be slow and beneficial for 10 years or more. Drink by 2032.
James Halliday – Australian Wine Companion