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3 Bottle Taster Pack – Tassie Pinot Noir

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The world has gone bonkers for Tassie Pinot Noir, but that’s not a surprise given just how good they have become in the last decade or so.

This 3 Bottle Taster Pack of Tassie Pinot Noir is a perfect way of getting into the “know” when it comes to beautifully sexy Pinot Noir.

Included in this pack is 1 bottle of each of the following wines:

  • Mewstone Hughes & Hughes Pinot Noir 2019 – Mike Bennie – The Wine Front -91 Points Sees 15% whole bunch. Produced from Coal River Valley and friends.Peppery, herbal notes, sour cherry and light sarsaparilla all dusted with white pepper. Juicy and crisp in the palate, more of the sour cherry, some kirsch, lots more spice to taste and a strong smoky finish, slightly acrid. Good length, easy drinking.
  • Kate Hill Pinot Noir 2015 – Sourced from a single vineyard in the upper Derwent Valley. A low yielding vintage aids optimum ripeness & producers a lifted, savoury nose of rich berries and plums with hints of mint. On the palate it’s rich velvety & round.  Superb cool climate Tassie fruit from a superb cool climate part of the world.
  • Pooley Wines Pinot Noir 2018 – “Exhibiting bright vibrant red fruit with aromatics that leap from the glass. Primary red fruits dominate the palate with, complex layers of spice, cedar and plum. Fine tannin and acidity draw excellent length giving the palate a truly rewarding finish.”

 

 

 

Kate Hill Pinot Noir 2015

Sourced from a single vineyard in the upper Derwent Valley. A low yielding vintage aids optimum ripeness & producers a lifted, savoury nose of rich berries and plums with hints of mint. On the palate it’s rich velvety & round.  Superb cool climate Tassie fruit from a superb cool climate part of the world.

Pooley Wines Pinot Noir 2018

From one of southern Tassie's most loved wine makers. This is brightly structured ... there is some grip on the palate, yes ... overall freshness of fruit, red berries, strawberry tang and plenty of complexity. It retains that Anna Pooley fingerprint, DNA if you will, of polished slickness but this goes a bit deeper than that too. Excellent Pinot!

Anna writes, "Exhibiting bright vibrant red fruit with aromatics that leap from the glass. Primary red fruits dominate the palate with, complex layers of spice, cedar and plum. Fine tannin and acidity draw excellent length giving the palate a truly rewarding finish."

Hughes & Hughes Pinot Noir 2019

This is fruit from the Coal River and Derwent Valleys fermented in small batches in a bunch of different ways. Some whole bunch, some whole berry, lots of experimenting from winemaker Jonathan Hughes to see what works, then finally a blend of the best parts. Its a lovey wine bursting with red berry fruits, plenty of energy throughout, just delicious!

Mike Bennie - The Wine Front - 91 Points - Sees 15% whole bunch. Produced from Coal River Valley and friends.

Peppery, herbal notes, sour cherry and light sarsaparilla all dusted with white pepper. Juicy and crisp in the palate, more of the sour cherry, some kirsch, lots more spice to taste and a strong smoky finish, slightly acrid. Good length, easy drinking.

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The world has gone bonkers for Tassie Pinot Noir, but that’s not a surprise given just how good they have become in the last decade or so.

This 3 Bottle Taster Pack of Tassie Pinot Noir is a perfect way of getting into the “know” when it comes to beautifully sexy Pinot Noir. All these wines come from the south of Tassie along the Coal River & D’Entrecasteaux Channel.

Included in this pack is 1 bottle of each of the following wines:

  • Mewstone Hughes & Hughes Pinot Noir 2019 – Mike Bennie – The Wine Front – 91 Points Sees 15% whole bunch. Produced from Coal River Valley and friends. Peppery, herbal notes, sour cherry and light sarsaparilla all dusted with white pepper. Juicy and crisp in the palate, more of the sour cherry, some kirsch, lots more spice to taste and a strong smoky finish, slightly acrid. Good length, easy drinking.
  • Kate Hill Pinot Noir 2015 –  Sourced from a single vineyard in the upper Derwent Valley. A low yielding vintage aids optimum ripeness & producers a lifted, savoury nose of rich berries and plums with hints of mint. On the palate it’s rich velvety & round.  Superb cool climate Tassie fruit from a superb cool climate part of the world.
  • Pooley Wines Pinot Noir 2018 – “Exhibiting bright vibrant red fruit with aromatics that leap from the glass. Primary red fruits dominate the palate with, complex layers of spice, cedar and plum. Fine tannin and acidity draw excellent length giving the palate a truly rewarding finish.”

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