2021 Wild Folk Pinot Noir

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(6 or more)
$31.00 per bottle


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Fourth Wave Wine, behind many a good, well put together, beautifully packaged wine brand in Australia, has shifted a large degree into organic and now natural wines. Here’s one stating the obvious in the wine name; cleverly positioned for new to natural wine consumers for the most part. It’s a zero sulphur added wine too. Unsure if the vineyard source is organic, an omission on the label while we learn many other things.Sappy, slurpy, fresh feeling lighter red wine with bright but dark cherry juice and cranberry tang to the fore. Super easy to drink, nice, crisp feel with some silty tannins lending some pucker. A ripping drink for the bucks is the message, and geez, I could go a fair bit of this. Really well done, hits the glass with perfume, vitality and drinkability. A case buy, kinda vibe.
Mike Bennie - The Wine Front
The Brief
Alcohol
13.0%
Net Volume
750ml
Vintage
2021
Cellar to
2023
How's it taste?
Fragrant, fresh and lifted and full of poised Pinot Noir Character. This is smooth, silky and seductive on the nose and palate-exhibiting distinctive cherry and savoury notes followed gentle acidityon the finish. Perfect drink now style that would pair well with mushroom risotto.
How was it made?
A less is more regime in the vineyard and the winery has resulted in a fresher more uncompromising wine stylistcally. Handpicked and sorted and then added to open fermenters before undergoing plunging. Consigned to stainless steel after fermentation this wine was bottled shortly after with little additions and was neither fined nor filtered.In terms of the 2021 vintage, spring 2020 was warm and wet,with enough bursts of sunshine to ensure the best flowering and fruit set in 3 years. Consistent fruit set matched with plentiful ground water led to vigorous canopy development and large crops. The possibility of disease hung heavy especially after large amounts of rainfall in January and the quality of the vintage was in the balance. However, an auspicious change in conditions led to a two-month run of glorious weather that saw warm days, cold nights and elongated ripening. In terms of quality, tannin concentration and ripeness will be thehall mark of 2021. Wines retained good natural acidity and greatripeness of flavour was achieved.
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Mike Bennie - The Wine Front
Fourth Wave Wine, behind many a good, well put together, beautifully packaged wine brand in Australia, has shifted a large degree into organic and now natural wines. Here’s one stating the obvious in the wine name; cleverly positioned for new to natural wine consumers for the most part. It’s a zero sulphur added wine too. Unsure if the vineyard source is organic, an omission on the label while we learn many other things.Sappy, slurpy, fresh feeling lighter red wine with bright but dark cherry juice and cranberry tang to the fore. Super easy to drink, nice, crisp feel with some silty tannins lending some pucker. A ripping drink for the bucks is the message, and geez, I could go a fair bit of this. Really well done, hits the glass with perfume, vitality and drinkability. A case buy, kinda vibe.
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