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Made as a fruit-driven drink now style, this Pinot from Tasmania's Tamar region shows layers of cherry and forest floor aroma's. A generous savoury and seductive palate with spicy complexity and light astringency. Great value.
From Tasmania's estimable Tamar Ridge winery, this fresh young wine ticks all the boxes for an early-drinking pinot noir. Some floral and sappy notes enliven a nose of red cherries and spice, and it tastes juicy and vibrant. On the light side of medium body, it has attractive balance and a succulent finish.
Vintage: 2010 Score: 4 stars
Source: The Age Epicure
As the new-release pinots start coming frm Tasmania, there's certainly a lot to enjoy. Devil's Corner, just out, is a strong wine with some attractive briary appiness, wild herbs and raspberries. Plenty of spine here and no sweetness.
Vintage: 2010 Jeni Port
Source: The Age Epicure
Looking for a pinot under the $20 bar? Then head right into this one built from eastern and north-eastern Tassie fruit. It's got a pile of attractive sweeter spices in the aromas, a little caramelisation in the poached red fruit flavours, and a fine minerally texture all the way through the palate. All very easy drinking and a terrific learner to P-plate pinot style.
Vintage: 2010 Score: 4 glasses
Source: The Herald-Sun Taste
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