Priory Ridge Pinot Noir 2015 

From a cooler typical Tasmanian vintage 2015 has yielded a wine with notable freshness and finesse whilst still maintaining excellent intensity and depth. Shows refinement and more red berry aromatics showing raspberry fruit with a touch of Burgundian complexity. Following 18 months in French Oak barrels this wine has been bottled without fining or filtration. The slight peppery/spicy finish adds to the character of the wine.

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