This was a new one for me. Pop and pour, it is a very nice Pinot drinking well right now. Ruby in color with purple swirls. The nose is very tight. With air some black cherries and dust come out. With a bit more air, cherries and a bit of woodiness (not oak) show up. On the palate, this is medium bodied. Cherry fruit with some depth. Not as much as I might have expected at age 20 but not really showing age either. Not sure where this goes from here, but there seems to be time. It is very enjoyable. Not as big as many Aussie wines from this time period can be. It will go well with fish, tuna or other "steak" fish or fowl too.
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