2017 Clyde Park Single Block F College Block Pinot Noir
Luke Polson and Terry Jongebloed say: "This elegant wine has a brilliant purity of fruit, a hint of five spice and masculine power. The palate is fine and has well-balanced, long and focused tannins."
RRP $75 | 2027 | Clyde Park
2017 Meadowbank Pinot Noir
Peter Dredge says: "From some of Tasmania's most mature vines, the wine should show effortless depth and fruit purity. More importantly, it should give you a unique impression of the Meadowbank vineyard."
RRP $55 | 2037 | Meadowbank
2017 Oakdene Single Vineyard Peta’s Pinot Noir
Steven Paul says: "Deep garnet in colour, with a bright hue and a perfumed bouquet of bright floral notes. Intense palate with earthy cherry and dark plum notes, with spice and savoury characters. Excellent fruit/acid/tannin balance and firm acidity."
RRP $43 | 2027 | Oakdene Vineyards
2017 Pooley Cooinda Vale Pinot Noir
Anna Pooley says: "Scents of dried flowers, chamomile, earth and spice and red fruits. The palate shows lovely tension with red fruits and pitch-perfect acidity married together with fine savoury tannins."
RRP $65 | 2034 | Pooley Wines
2018 Medhurst Estate Vineyard Pinot Noir
Simon Steele says: "Perfumed and subtle initially, but the nose develops into a combination of red and blue fruits. Some violets and floral spices are in the background, too. Medium-bodied, with focus and power, which combine to support the fruit and freshness rather than overpower it."
RRP $44 | 2030 | Medhurst Wines
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This article was produced in partnership with Clyde Park, Meadowbank, Oakdene Vineyards, Pooley Wines and Medhurst Wines.