2018 Winemaker's Selection Tomich Adelaide Hills Pinot Noir

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2018 Winemaker's Selection Tomich Adelaide Hills Pinot Noir

Sabine Duval

"Cherry, savoury and delightful."

Sabine Duval

Johan Axlund

"Dried herb, and dense fruit concentration, silky tannins."

Johan Axlund

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Sabine Duval

"Cherry, savoury and delightful."

Sabine Duval

Johan Axlund

"Dried herb, and dense fruit concentration, silky tannins."

Johan Axlund

RRP: $35.00 per bottle42% OFF

$19.99

(buy 12 or more)

$20.99 per single bottle
Bottles
4 payments of $5.25 with More info
Taste Guarantee
Love it or your money back*
Free Delivery
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Expert Reviews

94 Points - Sam Kim - Wine OrbitThe wine combines sweet fruit notes with savoury nuances, showing dark cherry, game, thyme and toasted nut characters on the nose with a hint of earthy mushroom complexity. The palate is elegant yet intense and persistent, offering excellent weight and fine texture, leading to a lengthy refined finish. At its best: now to 2024.

Tech stuff

Pinot Noir
Tomich Wines
Adelaide Hills
2018
750ml
13.5%
Cellar to 2029
Screw Cap

Light

Full

How's it taste?

Brooding briary fragrances with a touch of dried herb. Savoury mulberry, black-cherry and candied red currant flavours, with bright, fine tannins. A wine with great finesse and balance, with silky texture promising future seduction. A first release wine that is sure to impress.

How was it made?

Hand picked and wild fermented in 3 parcels. The 777 clone provides cherry flavours with a seductive earthiness. The Champagne clone shows strawberry notes. Whole bunch processed in open top fermenters, this wine was aged in French barrels, 30% new Burgundy and 70% new Bordeaux cooperage.

Who made it?

Established in 2002 by Dr. John Tomich and his wife, Vicki, this Adelaide Hills winery has a remarkable reputation for innovation and harnessing some of the best winemaking talent in the country. The fruit is sourced from their own 200 acres of vines located in the very cool Onkaparinga Valley in the Adelaide Hills, South Australia. It is the largest vineyard in the region and is farmed using sustainable practices. Today, Tomich Wines is still family owned and operated with John's son, Randal Tomich, heading up the winemaking duties alongside consultant winemaker Ben Riggs.

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