2017 Hurley Vineyard Garamond Pinot Noir - Last Stocks

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2017 Hurley Vineyard Garamond Pinot Noir - Last Stocks

Mornington Peninsula, Victoria, AUSTRALIA
$69.99 Bottle
  • Cellar 6 - 8 years (2025-2027)
  • ABV 13.8%
  • Closure: Cork

Matured in French oak casks (one third new) for 20 months. Slightly cloudy bright dark red colour with a crimson hue. Fragrant wild strawberry and ripe cherry aromas mix with hints of violets, rose petals, forest floor, fresh herbs and spicy cedar. Rich yet vibrant the palate is supplely kissed with a flood of ripe red to dark cherry and strawberry fruits which expand across the palate like a peacocks tail. Elements of dried meats, forest floor, infusions of fresh herbs, smoky cedar and spice then chime in. Velvety tannins. Terrific power wave with a very long savoury aftertaste.
Cellar 6-8 years.
Alc. 13.8%

Other Reviews….
A stunning pinot with such pure and fresh strawberries and red cherries, swathed in spices and sappy complexity. The detail in the tannin structure is impressive. This delivers interest, power, elegance and length. Super fresh and long finish. Drink or hold. Screw cap.
96 points
JamesSuckling.com

Made by Kevin Bell. MV6 pinot. Matured for 20 months in oak. Bottled unfined and unfiltered. Single vineyard release named after the famous font. Garamond. It’s a beautiful word in itself.
Elegant power. It looks light but it has presence. It presents a myriad of autumnal, spice-strewn flavours but the fruit is ripe and racy. A spot of reduction, a slip of smoky oak, undergrowth notes beavering away beneath. This is impressive. There’s a macerated feel to the fruit but there’s still a great deal going on. This is arguably the best Garamond I’ve tasted. In the tannin I see finesse. Excellent signs everywhere. Drink 2020-2028.
95 points
Campbell Mattinson – The Wine Front