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Pemberton 'Sunsets' Pinot Noir 2014
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Pemberton 'Sunsets' Pinot Noir 2014

Pemberton 'Sunsets' Pinot Noir 2014


Branded Price
$25 52% off
52% off
Bottled Price
$12.00
Case Price
$144.00
 
 
Description

This spectacular Pemberton Sunsets Pinot Noir 2014 is a muscular style of pinot, fruit dominated with earthy/grainy tannins. Well-balanced and poised showing warm and rich dark fruit.  A herbal and savoury backbone overlies toasty oak.
 
The winery that produces this Pemberton Sunsets Pinot Noir 2014 are rated a perfect 5 Red Stars by James Halliday in his 2017 Wine Companion. The winery has a strong commitment to quality; they enticed one of WA’s best winemakers to come on board in what were the beginnings of one of today’s most promising Western Australian boutique wine brands.
 
Through the dedicated winemaking team’s extensive experience, the sourcing of the state’s best fruit and the family’s passion and commitment to quality, this winery wines hold the promise of something special. They are proud to bring wine lovers a passion for wines that are made with a relentless commitment to quality.
 
Comments from Our Wine Buyer: This is a cracking Pinot from one of WA's premier cold climate regions. It’s also at a fantastic price. The winery is rated a perfect 5 stars by James Halliday and produces a superb rage of wines including this Pinot Noir. We have a long relationship with the winery and I hope it continues for many years to come. The winery sells this wine under its brand for $25.00 per bottle. It is an absolute bargain for from us at $12.00. Ideal wine for sunny afternoons, lazy lunches, or just slipping into the mood…
 
Score – 90/100 WACC Silver Medal.

Variety:
Pinot Noir
Alcohol Content:
14%
Serving Suggestion:
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Awards / Medal:
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Wine Notes
Colour:
Pale cherry red with a tawny rim
Bouquet:
Dark Cherries, toasty oak and with distant violets and rose petals.
Palate:
The influence of a warm vintage is apparent with soft acidity and silky ripe tannins. Well-balanced and poised showing warm and rich dark fruit. A herbal and savoury backbone overlies toasty oak.
Oak Treatment:
The wine is aged in oak for 10 months. 18% new oak, 82% older oak
Source/Region:
Pemberton, WA
Cellaring Potential:
Drinking well now - Good for cellaring until 2020. Stelvin Cap Closure.

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