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This was sourced from the whole gamut of Bannockburn’s Pinot blocks, planted in 1976, 1997 and 2007. Not insignificantly, the blend this year includes a healthy slug from the estate’s iconic close-planted vineyards (yields were so low in 2021 that no single-vineyard Pinot Noirs were bottled). The fruit was mostly destemmed and includes a measure of whole-bunch as well as a carbonic element. It was fermented wild and raised with 20% new oak (made from France's prized—and reliably expensive—Tronçais oak).
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