Tamar Ridge 2018 Pinot Noir (Tasmania)

Tamar Ridge is one of Tasmania's biggest wineries (relative compared with some of Oz's mainland giants) yet it rarely skimps on quality. This Pinot is an excellent example, showcasing the density yet elegance of Tassie's north. It is a well of flavor: tangy red currant and blueberry fruit underpinned by earthy, savory notes like cured meat, five-spice powder and graphite. The elegance arrives on the medium-weight palate thanks to its rapier acidity. It feels porous, like it's running through granules of sand, but also focused: a dance between acidity and unique tannin structure. A distinctly Tassie wine to drink now until 2028. Christina Pickard

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    Old Bridge Cellars
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