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Pinot Noir 2017

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Portfolio Portfolio Liquid Art
Product code Product code 363556
Format Format 6x750ml
Country Country Australia
Regulated designation Regulated designation Table wine
Region Region Tasmania
Subregion Subregion Tasmania
Varietal(s) Varietal(s) Pinot Noir 100 %
Color Color Red
Closure type Closure type Metal screw cap


Pinot Noir  2017

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- 99 Points - - #17 - Top 100 Wines of 2018 -

November 2018

This 6th release of Tolpuddle Vineyard pinot noir is the finest work to date, as it shows refinement and true vineyard expression. The fruit aromas are wildly alluring with red and dark cherries, red plums, strawberries, pink grapefruit, blood oranges, peaches and pomegranate. Some light peppery notes and an array of freshly ground, hard brown spices, stony and sappy elements, crushed roses and violets. Very complex. The palate is just as impressive with a strikingly resolved mix of power and elegance. Flavors of red and dark cherries, persimmon, plums and blackberries are encased in a sleeve of helix-like tannins, which also carry long and emanate waves of fresh fruit flavor. Intense red cherries and red plums hold the finish long and pure. This is something special. Drink or hold.

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Chardonnay 2017

Liquid Art

Tasmania, Australia

363549 | 6x750ml | Spec

5 case(s) available

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- 98 Points - - Best Chardonnays outside Burgundy -

Decanter, March 2019

Planted in 1988 and named after the Tolpuddle Martyrs who grew beer hops on the Coal River Valley vineyard, which now makes one of Australia’s most thrillingly mineral, tightly coiled Chardonnays. Mouthwatering flavours of whetstone, struck match, steely grapefruit and nectarine ricochet energetically all the way to the back palate. Great line and length.

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Chardonnay  2017



Tolpuddle Vineyards wines have been hailed as "a new benchmark for Australian Pinot Noir" and "a confident, intense dry white in Australia-meets-Chablis mold, revealing the vineyard source and the purity of fruit that that entails, a Michelangelo's David to the many Goliaths out there." Perhaps this should come as no surprise given the talents behind the project: Martin Shaw and Michael Hill Smith of Shaw + Smith fame.

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