PINOT NOIR

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Of course, there is a fair bit more to Tas­ma­nia than whites and bub­bles. There’s some­thing here for the red-wine lover, too, and that some­thing is pretty spe­cial. Pinot noir is ac­tu­ally a tricky grape to grow, but when it’s done well, by pro­duc­ers such as Pipers Brook, the re­sults are truly ex­cit­ing. As with ries­ling, pinot noir shifts dra­mat­i­cally in style de­pend­ing on where it was made. In Tas­ma­nia’s case, that means long, slow ripen­ing that adds a depth of flavour, struc­ture and rich­ness that is ex­cit­ing crit­ics and pun­ters alike. Or, to put it another way, they are ab­so­lutely de­li­cious and world class.

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