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Toolangi Pinot Noir 2021

$33.00
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Toolangi Pinot Noir 2021
Producer Toolangi
Region, Country Yarra Valley, Australia
Bottle Size 750ml
Case Size 12
Product Code 20255-750

Established in 1995, Toolangi Vineyard is in the Yarra Valley adjoining the Toolangi State Forest. This single-site vineyard on fine clay loam produces wines with distinctive personalities, each wine showing a strong sense of place.  The vines were cropped low, and the fruit was hand-harvested from 20-year-old vines of MV6 Pinot Noir clone.  


The fruit was destemmed as whole berries, with 5% left as whole bunches.  There was a short cold soak prior to fermentation and the wine was then left on skins for 14 days. It was then pressed to French oak (5% new) for malolactic conversion and left on lees in oak for 10 months.  


Toolangi Pinot Noir 2021

Reviews

“Light but satisfying. Delicious spice notes, sweet and roasted, with the tang of red cherry and cranberry flavours. It has both quality and complexity written all over it but, responsibly, it’s also the kind of pinot you just want to guzzle. It has that out-and-out drinkability. Firm-ish tannin keeps things controlled and it finishes long enough to satisfy.”
92 points, Campbell Mattinson, The Wine Front
"A small portion of whole bunches (5%) and 10 months in French oak (5% new). A light, bright cherry red in the glass with aromas of violets, rose petal and red fruits. Light on its feet, yet with good depth and persistence. A smashable and well-priced pinot to drink now and over the next two to three years."
92 points, Philip Rich, Wine Companion

Reviews

“Light but satisfying. Delicious spice notes, sweet and roasted, with the tang of red cherry and cranberry flavours. It has both quality and complexity written all over it but, responsibly, it’s also the kind of pinot you just want to guzzle. It has that out-and-out drinkability. Firm-ish tannin keeps things controlled and it finishes long enough to satisfy.”
92 points, Campbell Mattinson, The Wine Front
"A small portion of whole bunches (5%) and 10 months in French oak (5% new). A light, bright cherry red in the glass with aromas of violets, rose petal and red fruits. Light on its feet, yet with good depth and persistence. A smashable and well-priced pinot to drink now and over the next two to three years."
92 points, Philip Rich, Wine Companion

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