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2018 Tomich Woodside Vineyard Pinot Noir
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- Cellar Drink Now - 5 years (2020-2025)
- ABV 13%
- Closure: Stelvin
The Tomich family has one of the biggest vineyard holdings in the Adelaide Hills spanning over 320 acres. Within that are 27 individual vineyard blocks each planted to their own terrior. The Woodside Pinot is a single vineyard wine with 35% whole bunch inclusion in the ferment and 100% French oak maturation.
Rich and supple in its feel, this is a delicious Adelaide Hills Pinot that punches well above its weight.
Deep dark red colour with black tinged edges and a light red hue. Attractive violet led scents intermingle with dark cherry and strawberry fruits followed by notions of anise, forest floor and spicy cedar. Rich and supple in its feel, expansive dark cherry, strawberry and subtle anise fruits glide across the palate generating an understated power wave of flavour. Beautifully integrated silky tannins with elements of forest floor, dried herbs and spicy cedar chiming in on the back half for additional complexity. Long refined aftertaste. Impressive value here.
Drink over the next 4-5 years.
A pallid to mid-ruby. Bing cherry and fecund strawberry notes are strung across a herbal carapace of spiced tannins, thanks to a 30% dollop of clusters across the wild ferment. It works very well. Think clove, cardamom and turmeric. And yet there is nothing green about. Zilch! Fibrous, energetic and long. lightweigh and ethereal. A lovely pinot, so well appointed across its varied constituents, tasting far more expensive than what it is. Drink by 2023.
Ned Goodwin – James Halliday’s Wine Companion