2015 Yarraloch La Cosette Pinot Noir

2015 Yarraloch La Cosette Pinot Noir

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$21.99

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Want to experience serious Yarra Valley Pinot Noir? Look no further than this Burgundy look-a-like. 
Autumnal, savoury and wonderfully complex Pinot, it's a sophisticated wine only helped along by five years ageing in bottle. Elegant, spicy and intense, this is a wine to show anyone who doesn't think Australia can produce great Pinot Noir.

Expert Reviews

93 Points - James Halliday - Halliday's Wine CompanionThe flavours of this are richer and riper than the 13% would suggest, giving a juicy mouthfeel on the mid palate, savoury notes on the finish from the prolonged maceration

Tech stuff

Pinot Noir
Yarraloch Wines
Yarra Valley
2015
750ml
13%
Cellar to 2023
Screw Cap

Light

Full

How's it taste?

Autumnal, savoury and wonderfully complex with cherry-plum, tangy cranberry, orange-like acidity and subtle herbs. Elegant, spicy and intense.

How was it made?

55% MV6, 27% 777, 18% Dijon clones blended after fermentation, handpicked and hand-sorted, 100% whole berries, 18 days on skins, spend 9 months in 15% new oak.

Who made it?

Unashamedly inspired by the great wines of Europe, the singular focus of YarraLoch is to create world class wines from the Yarra Valley which are distinguished by their elegance, balance and complexity. With only six hectares of vines but scattered across three entirely different sites 70km apart, owner Stephen Wood has found the best site for each of the varieties he is focusing on. Pinot Noir is planted on the Steep Hill vineyard, with a northeast orientation, and a shaley rock and ironstone soil. Cabernet Sauvignon at Kangaroo Ground, with a dry, steep northwest-facing site and abundant sun exposure in the warmest part of the day, ensuring full ripeness, while Chardonnay, Shiraz Merlot and Viognier are planted at the Upper Plenty vineyard, 50km from Kangaroo Ground. This has an average temperature 2C cooler and a ripening period 2-3 weeks later than the warmest parts of the Yarra Valley.

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Felix Gentle

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