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2022 Great Western Pinot Noir


Colour: Deep crimson with a garnet hue.
Bouquet: Initial cherry giving way to boiled red candy and earthy notes.  A touch of cedar box and leaf, becoming more perfumed the longer it is opened.
Palate: Light and bright with initial green crunch appearing almost sweet with hints of fairy-floss with some leafy earthy tones.  The palate lingers and is long and wide.
Pairing: Try with Peking Duck rice paper rolls.
Cellaring: 10-15 years – this wine will benefit from decanting while young.
Vintage: Vintage 2022 began with a very cool spring, misty conditions and low hanging fog. Fruit flowering took some time due to the cooler conditions which is typical for the region after a larger vintage in 2021. Low crops resulted in high concentration of flavour in both the Concongella and Salvation Gully vineyards.


Region: Great Western, Victoria
Grape Variety: Pinot Noir
Alcohol: 12.5%
Winemaker: Jacob Parton


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