About This Wine
It has a complex mix of ripe berries and dark cherries. There is a juicy nature to the fruit as well as an earthy component. The texture is thick and silky and the finish has plenty of firm tannins and crisp acid. It is a wine that has immediate appeal but will repay the patient and cellar comfortably for a good decade or so. If you want to drink a bottle or two over this winter try it with some pasta generously coated with a rich and spicy duck ragu.
Mornington Peninsula Wines
South of Melbourne, the Mornington Peninsula grape growing region has a cool, maritime climate that is most known for their Pinot Noir and Chardonnay production. Other varieties that have seen some success here include Pinot Gris and Tempranillo.
However, it does seem that Pinot Noir is their focus judging from the fact that The Mornington Peninsula International Pinot Noir Celebration is held once every two years. The event displays the region’s capabilities in making some of Australia’s finest Pinot Noir in front of local and international audiences.
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