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Passing Clouds The Fools On The Hill Pinot Noir 2015

It’s from a place called Musk in the Macedon Ranges, according to the back label, and the slope it grows on reaches to 770 metres above sea level. This vineyard was planted by Graeme Leith in the “rain, wind and snow” of the Spring of 1998. I used to work in the area and I don’t doubt that snow, or that wind, or that rain. It can be a wonderfully cold, rugged region.

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Tasted : Feb17
Alcohol : 13%
Price : $47
Closure : Screwcap
Drink : 2019 - 2026+
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