Epis Pinot Noir 2017

Bottle image is cork, but now screwcap. Epis not one of those wineries that keep bottle images up-to-date, I guess. More concerned with making good wine.

It has rare delicacy for Australian Pinot Noir, and a beautiful thing it is. It’s red cherry, floral perfume, cool mint, sweet clod earth and spice. Light-bodied, but flavoursome, and just so lacy and fine. Gentle brush of emery tannin, squished strawberry, a subtle stony/earthy thing, and bell-clear length and acidity. Effortless. Very fine indeed, as some English types might say.


Tasted : Feb19
Alcohol : 12.2%
Price : $75
Closure : Screwcap
Drink : 2020 - 2030+
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