Pinot Noir 2009

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Pinot Noir 2009


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Fuller bodied and ripe fruit characters showing the richness and pronounced bouquet for which this variety is renowned.

Medium red in colour, this wine has a lifted aroma of red cherries, cherry liquor and a hint of fennel. The palate shows sweet fruit, velvety tannins and a pleasing aromatic finish.

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  1. Jeremy Oliver, The Australian Wine Annual 2012

    Very elegant and supple, with a sweet floral perfume of fresh dark cherries and raspberries backed by musky nuances of briar and blackberries, cloves and mint, this young pinot has a fine, powdery spine, a pleasing length of fruit and just a hint of herbal influence. 92.

  2. Graeme Phillips, The Mercury Online

    The 2009 Pinot Noir has generous floral, brandied cherry and cherry conserve aromas and flavours, which are smooth and rounded with lovely tannin firmness. 13.0%.

  3. Gary Walsh, The Wine Front

    Like grey sands through the hourglass. Interesting. Smells like a Beaujolais. Raspberry, pear drops, fennel and spice. Then a medium weight soft and slippery mouthful of tasty red fruits and spice, some earth/mineral character, and a fresh acid finish. Good to drink and its unforced charm is most appealing. Whether it’s a $40 wine in terms of complexity is another matter, though if you’re paying, I’m most certainly drinking. Rated: 91 Points. Tasted: Jul13. Alcohol: 13%. Price: $40. Closure: Diam. Drink: 2013 – 2019.

  4. Patrick Eckel posted 7.1.14

    2009 Grey Sands Pinot Noir
    A decidedly complex nose of rhubarb, clove and dried cherry, a dense palate of dark cherry and some spiced raisin fruit that has integrated tannins that are soft yet framing. The wine has excellent length to finish but is still quite primary, with plenty of room for secondary development over the next 4 – 8 years.
    When to Drink
    Optimal Drinking
    2014 – 2022
    Date Reviewed
    09 07, 2013

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