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2017 Williams Crossing by Curly Flat Pinot Noir
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I often find the Macedon Ranges can be quite Burgundian in style,Vosne-Romanée to be precise with floral aromatics of lifted red cherry and spice that works with a tautness of acidity that frames the fruit on the palate.

The wine holds a tension between red cherry fruit and more nuanced earth and rhubarb characters. Tannins are fine but persistent and add a savoury dimension that’s short lived when oak derived spice makes itself known on the finish.

Pinot Noir of this quality shouldn’t cost $29. Back up the truck.

When to Drink

Optimal Drinking
2019 - 2028
Date Reviewed
04 05, 2019


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