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Greystone Pinot Noir

Cracka Review

Deep red cherry in colour with a complex nose showing a mix of red and blue berry fruits, florals, fennel and subtle spice, cinammon and cigar box. The palate is sensual up front with chalky tannins supporting red cherry and spice through the palate, showing a delicate balance and length of flavour. 
A perfect match for venison, wild pork and goat. 
Will continue to open up over the next five years.

Winemaker's Notes

Deep red cherry in colour with a complex nose showing a mix of red and blue berry fruits, florals, fennel and subtle spice, cinammon and cigar box. The palate is sensual up front with chalky tannins supporting red cherry and spice through the palate, showing a delicate balance and length of flavour. 
A perfect match for venison, wild pork and goat. 
Will continue to open up over the next five years.

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Greystone Pinot Noir

Expert Reviews

Nick Stock (2010 Vintage) says
Quite a powerful style, with deep aromas of dark and black berry fruits, exotic spice, earth and smoky oak. Sweetly fruited on the palate, with ample structure and drive and a smoky, oak-driven finish.
Good Wine Guide 2013
90
WINESTATE (2009 Vintage) says
Deeply coloured and sturdy (14.5%/alc), with highly concentrated, cherry/plum flavours and a distinct herbal streak. Vibrantly fruity, fresh and smooth, with some cellaring potential.
WINESTATE Volume 34 (2011) 2011
Nick Stock (2009 Vintage) says
Pretty ripe fruit on the nose; there's earthy, sweet dark spice and chocolate - a hallmark of the region - green bracken and minted chocolate too. The palate shows the same ripeness: very dense, dark and brooding, perhaps at the expense of elegance.
The Good Wine Guide 2011
Nick Stock (2008 Vintage) says
Decent dark brambly cherry fruit here, some pomegranate and a flurry of purple fragrant lift. The palate's neatly contained and balanced, lighter cassis and blue fruit flavours here, some perfume across the top and oak in beside, all meeting up sweetly on the finish. Good form!
The Penguin Good Australian Wine Guide 2010 2009
91
WINESTATE (2008 Vintage) says
Ruby-hued, with cherry and herb flavours in a fruity, fairly light style with good varietal character.
Winestate 2009

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