Levantine Hill 2016 Pinot Noir (Yarra Valley)

This Yarra Valley Pinot is aging quickly. A dusty brick hue, the nose shows some volatility, but there's also a good deal more: notes of cherry cordial, crushed dried rose petals—some on their stems—and soft cinnamon bark and clove spice. There's a good lick of oak, too, which is more prominent on the palate. Granular tannins, still-fresh acidity and cherry-and-rose characters dominate. The finish is a little bitter. Drink now. Christina Pickard

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