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Toolangi E Block Pinot Noir 2018

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Toolangi E Block Pinot Noir 2018
Producer Toolangi Vineyard
Region, Country Yarra Valley, Australia
Bottle Size 750ml
Case Size 6
Product Code 17154-750

Toolangi’s E Block—home to 17-year-old vines of the MV6 clone—has been identified as growing the best of the best Pinot Noir that this Dixon’s Creek vineyard produces. The first release under the new regime, 2018’s fruit was partially de-stemmed (50% whole bunch) before a short cold soak and wild fermentation. All up the wine spent 25 days on skins before being pressed to French oak (20% new) for eight months. Unfined and unfiltered.

Toolangi E Block Pinot Noir 2018

Reviews

"18yo MV6 clones, hand-picked, destemmed whole berries, cold soak, 12 days on skins, matured in French oak (10% new) for 10 months. Very well made to throw all of the attention on to flavour and texture."
96 points, James Halliday, Halliday Wine Companion
“There’s some wines I just know I should leave for Campbell. Red cherry, brown bread, plenty of bunchy spice, almost a Campari sort of thing happening, a bit of rubber and aniseed. It’s medium-bodied, savoury and spicy with a pleasant amaro bitterness, juicy raspberry and red cherry, firm emery tannin, clean acidity, and a pretty convincing finish, with orange in the aftertaste.”
94 points, Gary Walsh, The Wine Front

Reviews

"18yo MV6 clones, hand-picked, destemmed whole berries, cold soak, 12 days on skins, matured in French oak (10% new) for 10 months. Very well made to throw all of the attention on to flavour and texture."
96 points, James Halliday, Halliday Wine Companion
“There’s some wines I just know I should leave for Campbell. Red cherry, brown bread, plenty of bunchy spice, almost a Campari sort of thing happening, a bit of rubber and aniseed. It’s medium-bodied, savoury and spicy with a pleasant amaro bitterness, juicy raspberry and red cherry, firm emery tannin, clean acidity, and a pretty convincing finish, with orange in the aftertaste.”
94 points, Gary Walsh, The Wine Front

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