2019 Place of Changing Winds Between Two Mountains Pinot Noir

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2019 Place of Changing Winds Between Two Mountains Pinot Noir

Macedon Ranges, Victoria, AUSTRALIA
$59.99 Bottle
  • ABV 12.5%
  • Closure: Diam Cork

Other Reviews....
From parcels planted at 12,000 and 14,500 vines per ha, clones of MV6, 777 and 667, wild-fermented with 50% whole bunches. Cleverly constituted, with lifted, fresh purple fruits, immaculate balance and harmony, the finish long and persistent. Ready when you are… drink to 2029.
95 points
James Halliday - The Weekend Australian Magazine

The ‘entry level’ pinot noir, albeit it’s the same remarkable, exacting Macedon Ranges site, with vine density from 12,000 to 14,500 vines per hectare. Viticulture and site is the main conversation around the Place Of Changing Winds wines, something the patron, Rob Walters, has instilled in many around him as he has shared knowledge and ideas around the Australian wine community. Image has a wax seal, but my bottle was a foil capsule.
This is bony and skeletal, a tongue tugging experience in a fine-grained sheath of tannin, barely there black berry fruit flavours, anise and fennel, malty notes, wet slate rockiness and burr of rough velvet in tannin and texture. Tightly wound, slender in its grumble across the palate, finishes with characteristic bright acidity, amaro-tinged as it feels comes from this site, and a sense of ‘lively minerality’ as I explained the finish to someone standing near me as I was tasting for this note. A reluctant pal, but I admired the tension and restraint. Wait.
93+ points
Mike Bennie - The Wine Front