Categorized | pinot noir, Tasmania

Goaty Hill Pinot Noir 2011

The label sort of reminds me of the Three Grapes wines that Orlando once (maybe still does) put out.

Candied red fruit and cherry, pepper and light vanilla oak. Light and fresh, smeared red fruit and herbal characters. Some bitterness on the finish. A bit loose but decent drinking.

Tasted : Aug-13
Alcohol : 13.1%
Price : $34
Closure : Screwcap
Drink : 2013 - 2016
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