2023 Pinot Noir - Warramate

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Dark fruited with blue and black cherries, some aniseed spice and a hint of stalk heightening the fragrance element. This wine sits firmly in the medium weighted silky characteristic of Pinot noir yet has good concentration.  An elegant fruit palate, some whole bunch use bringing some stalk tannin and  structure, mostly seasoned oak was used for maturation with 10% new French oak to highlight the fruit purity and bring further structure into the wine.

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A number of small fermenters with varying percentages of whole bunch from none to 100% to add layers and lift. Hand plunged and gently pressed before gravity filling to barrels, a mixture of 300L hogsheads & 228L barriques. Malolactic fermentation occurred before winter in the cool underground cellar. 

Technical Data

Varietals: Pinot Noir

Region: Yarra Valley, Victoria, Australia.

Vines: A blend of three Pinot clones; 55% MV6, 35% Pommard & 10% Abel. The 5-acre plot of MV6 was planted in 2000 with the expansion of the Warramate vineyard. The Pommard clone as part of the ongoing vineyard evolution and planted in 2017. The Abel is our first Pinot Noir planted onto rootstock in 2015.

Cellaring: An elegant and intensely perfumed Pinot Noir made to be enjoyed while young and bright. It will continue to evolve for up to 5 years.

Alcohol: 13%