McWilliam's 2017 McW Reserve 660 Pinot Noir (Tumbarumba)

The little-known wine region of Tumbarumba, on the foothills of the Snowy Mountains in New South Wales, often producers fascinating cool-climate high-altitude wines. This Pinot is no exception. The nose is a fragrant combo of fresh tarragon and other wild scrubby herbs, red berries, florals and white-peppery spice. Light to medium bodied, the palate is fresh and bright, with juicy fruit and savory spicy undertones. It's slippery in texture, with a soft grip of herb-flecked tannins. Drink slightly chilled with springtime cuisine. Christina Pickard

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