$18.05 in any six
$16.15 in any six
$16.15 in any six
Trentham Estate winemaker Anthony Murphy has done it again - producing a great value Pinot Noir offering cherry, raspberry and subtle confectionery characteristics as well as velvety mouthfeel.
Trentham Estate, on the Murray near Mildura, was an Australian pioneer of pinot noir with true varietal identity at a low price. The story continues with the 2010 edition. It offers soft, red berry fruit against a very subtle background of spicy oak, an attractive edge of spice, supply mouthfeel, gentle, ripe flavour and a succulent, soft finish.
Vintage: 2010 Score: 4 stars
Source: Epicure - The Age
The vast majority of sub $20 Pinot on the market is light and simple. Trentham is remarkable in its ability to deliver complex plum, cherry and spice characters with ample weight, silky tannins and serious structure.
Vintage: 2009 Score: 89 points
Dan Murphy's Wine Panel
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