2015 Mystery Adelaide Hills Pinot Noir
Early winter in 2014 was wetter than usual and the period from August to early January was very dry with above average temperatures. Following some rain and milder temperatures in January, the 2015 harvest started later that month and was quite condensed, resulting in some fabulous white and red wines.
This Pinot Noir exhibits aromas of sour cherries, strawberries and rosewater followed by hints of earth and black forest cake. These delicate aromas follow through to the juicy palate, which is beautifully finished off with soft, powdery tannins and natural acid. Try this wine with a wild duck dish or enjoy a glass or two with family and friends.
Drink now or to 2023.