Great Pinot. Very tasty. Good with food.
I'm generally not a fan of Pinot outside Burgundy but this one is done right. Medium-bodied as it should be, with red berry flavors tempered by black tea and maybe a little dark chocolate. Nicely balanced and a finish that gets better as it lingers on the palate. My only reservation? It's very pricey, and in this economy, a $75-80 Pinot from Australia is a very hard sell.
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As deeply coloured as Ferrous; the ripest (apparently) and most powerful, especially in terms of structure; some foresty tannins just make their presence felt, and add to the character of the wine. James Halliday. A Pinot Noir wine from Victoria in Australia. 2005 Kooyong Pinot Noir Haven 750ml
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