A NOTE FROM OUR WINEMAKERS
The first Mornington Peninsula wine in our Regional Selections range, this is a great value Pinot Noir with attractive floral notes, fresh berry fruit flavours and soft tannin.
Gary BaldwinWinemaker at Large
Peter DillonDirector of Winemaking
THE FINER DETAILS
The first Mornington Peninsula wine in our Regional Selections range, this is a typical Mornington Peninsula Pinot Noir with attractive floral notes, fresh berry fruit flavours and soft tannin.Download Tasting Notes
Vintage 2016 was marked by warm and dry conditions and the Mornington Peninsula harvest was one of the earliest on record. It arrived in a hurry too and many vignerons were picking in early February. The resulting wines have excellent flavour and weight with relatively low acid, so tend be earlier drinking styles.
The fruit was picked from early-February to mid-February and was destemmed and sorted. Part of this wine was fermented in open fermenters with hand plunging and part in closed fermenter with pumping over. It was matured for nine months, part in French oak barriques and part in tank on quality French oak barrel staves.