Categorized | pinot noir, Yarra Valley

Oakridge Lieu-dit Pinot Noir 2010

Naturally fermented. All whole berries. No plunging or pumping over. 14 day fermentation. Then ten months (on lees) in oak, only 10 percent of it new. Sounds like a smart way to make pinot noir.

Grown on the Ducks Lane vineyard at Seville in the Yarra Valley. 230 metres above sea level and planted in 1993 (to the MV6 pinot clone).

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Alcohol : 12.9%
Price : $46
Closure : Screwcap
Drink : 2013 - 2019
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