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Tarrington Vineyards Pinot Noir 2018 750ml


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This biodynamic Demeter certified Pinot Noir is produced with minimal intervention by Hochkirch Wines in Tarrington, southwest Victoria.

Origin:Tarrington, southwest Victoria.

Grape type: Pinot Noir

Style:Dry

Classification: Biodynamic, Organic, Vegan, unfined & unfiltered

Goes well with: Traditional clothbound cheddars such as Hafod & Bay of Fires.
Washed rinds such as Epoisses de Bourgogne & Taleggio
Semi-hard ewes milk cheeses such as Ossau Iraty

Similar wines: Burgundy, Gamay, Blaufrankish, Cinsaut, Grenache

13.5 % alc/vol

Approx. 8 standard drinks

NOTE – Harper and Blohm licensing restrictions require that wine can only be purchased in conjunction with one or more food items. A maximum quantity of liquor purchased must not exceed more than two 750ml bottles of wine. Liquor cannot be purchased by anyone under 18. Liquor cannot be left at unoccupied premises – please ensure that you will be home to accept your delivery.​

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Floral, rich, full nose with a powerful, resonant aroma. The palate has an attractive sweetness balanced with fine tannins and a great structure to produce a long, savoury finish. This stylish wine is a love letter to the vineyard where the fruit is grown according to biodynamic principles then produced with minimal intervention.

A little about Tarrington Vineyards

‘Winemaking is mostly masterly inactivity with little intervention.’

Vineyard elevation is 250m above sea level with a very cool climate. The vineyards are integrated into the farm and thus benefit from the balanced environment of biodynamic practice. Sheep grazing is used regularly to help control weeds and remove unwanted foliage. 

Grapes are destemmed, but not crushed, and undergo wild fermentation in open vats. It is then hand-plunged and pressed before being transferred under gravity to a barrel where they spend 12-18 months, undergoing natural malolactic fermentation in the springtime.

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