This fabulous Pinot Noir is named after a rugged patch in nearby waters on the Tasmanian East Coast. The winery’s approach to wine is similar to that of the intrepid sailors who dared to cross it: bold yet humble. Fearless yet considered. Tasmania makes some excellent wines, and the cool climate is ideal for growing Pinot Noir where it excels. It has a strong aroma of spicy black cherry, dark fruits with raspberries. As a result, on the palate it displays a juicy, sweet-fruit with soft ripe tannins and refreshing acidity with lots of flavour.
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