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2020 Nocturne Rose Sangiovese Nebbiolo
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- Cellar Drink Now (2020)
- ABV 13%
- Closure: Stelvin
Translucent salmon pink tinged colour. Fragrant aromatics of pomegranate, musk and blood orange are trailed by wet stone notes and a dash of spice. On the palate intense blood orange, musk and citrus fruits overlay a subtle stony back drop. Slippery mouthfeel finishing dry and crisp with a long tangy aftertaste that has some light spice to it. Delicious summer drinking.
Drink over the next 1-2 years.
They say this is “best drunk from magnum, on a boat, wearing white”, which puts me straight in mind of The Lonely Island’s song “I’m on a boat”. Though, of course, I’d rather a nice bit of Yacht Rock, and some other kinds of refreshment too.
Has a little dirt under its nails with a subtle sulphide stink, and also, something lifted and floral kind of like Moscato, tangy redcurrant and barely ripe cherries, fennel tips, a fine chalky feel, a lot of energy, almost into white wine style, but with a bit of extra red berry oomph. Ruby red grapefruit zips up a nice long finish. Really good, and I suspect it may improve a little as it settles into bottle. Drink 2020-2023+
Gary Walsh – The Wine Front
The previous vintage was awarded Best Rose at the Halliday Wine Companion Awards Australia in August, and deservedly so. Aromatically, this is all about laid-back red berry spice. Pomegranate, shale, mineral and graphite characters and white pepper. The palate has full and generous flavour, full texture and full concentration. The grip it exhibits is an extra layer of sass and charm. Really good length of flavour, which moves through to creamy in the lingering and morphing finish. Pleasure here. Also bottled in magnum. Drink by 2022.
Erin Larkin - James Halliday's Australian Wine Companion