Single vineyard Porongurup Pinot Noir. Part long carbonic whole bunch, part hand destemmed whole berries. Raised in older french oak. Savoury and spicy.
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Luscious dark cherry and plum fruits with hallmark Coal River Valley spice greet the nose on this superb 2018 Reserve Pinot from Clarence House. The palate is intense yet with a lovely finesse with hints of delicate savoury oak. Very much a keeper; enjoy this wine now or in another ten years plus. The small […]
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