Tamar Valley, Tasmania

Tamar Ridge

Devil's Corner Pinot Grigio

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Tolpuddle Vineyard

Coal River Valley Pinot Noir 2015

Red fruits particularly cherry with stalky notes although I notice only 50% whole bunch fermentation. Quite a sweet palate initially - savoury and fruity at the same time. The oak influence is perfectly judged. Delicious - what a beautiful wine. Emphasising yet again that the Coal River Tasmania is perfect for Pinot Noir. The next night, just as impressive. — 8 months ago

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Ceccherini Cristiano

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2015 for this label is outstanding, i remember shivering when i first tasted it, i could not believe the beauty of this Pinot from Tassie.
Bob McDonald

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An outstanding new World Pinot. I enjoyed this as much as the Wendouree and pointed this slightly higher.
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Fair enough. I guess this bottle, if not at peak yet, its definitely closer to it than the Wendouree, so it totally makes sense, doesn't it? 😉 plus i wished all Tassie pinots would drink like this '15. We definitely can't compare the two styles, two different directions in every way.

Glaetzer Dixon Family Winemakers

Rêveur Pinot Noir 2015

Mid Ruby in colour. Initial aromas of red and black fruits particularly raspberry and also whole bunch notes. Rich and sweet on the palate with plums and cherries finishing with smooth tannins. Fruit for this Pinot was sourced from the Coal Valley, East Coast and Channel sub-regions of Tasmania - the latter adding that richness like you see in Home Hill Estate. — 4 years ago

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Coal River Valley Pinot Noir 2018

Very identifiable as Tasmanian Pinot - this one from the Coal River and the high performing Pooley Wines. Last tasting note here was way back 153 weeks ago. Red fruited - drinking this early in its drinking window. Light to medium weight - lovely Tassie purity. Fine tannins. — 6 months ago

Ceccherini, Serge and 24 others liked this

Chatto Wines

Pinot Noir 2018

Notes of Toffee Apple initially - a little reductive to begin with. Pale dirty crimson - transparent in parts - quite Burgundian in colour. A light to medium weight palate but Medium intensity. Like a good Village, verging on Premier Cru. Interesting and tasty but needing about 4 or 5 years more to develop complexity. Jim Chatto is regarded as one of Australia’s best winemakers having been in charge at Mt Pleasant in the Hunter Valley and now running his own show in Tasmania. — a year ago

Ira, Eric and 18 others liked this

Josef Chromy

Pepik Tasmania Chardonnay 2019

Bright and fruity. Not oaked and unassuming. — 3 years ago

Moorilla Estate

Muse Series Extra Brut Rosé Méthode Traditionnelle Derwent Valley Chadonnay Pinot Noir 2013

Red raspberries on the nose, pretty dry with hints of lemon, a bit yeasty, very structured and enjoyable! — 4 years ago

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Home Hill

Estate Tasmania Pinot Noir 2018

Mid crimson in colour - almost transparent. Red fruited with typical Huon Valley perfume - earthy, Sous Bois, mushroom - sweet and savoury characters on the palate. Finely textured (Chairman’s Trophy - 2020 Tasmanian Wine Show). There is a Reserve Cuvée which is richer still. — 6 months ago

Tom, Jose and 14 others liked this


Willamette Valley Pinot Noir 2020

Smoky meat of a nose

Medium bodied with bright cranberry, pomegranate, spicy, with snappy jolly rancher acidity.
That smoked thing reminds me of Tasmania Pinots..
— a year ago

Tom, Sharon and 2 others liked this

Tamar Ridge

The Devil's Corner Chardonnay

Clean, crisp and flavorful - a bit riper than Chablis but very much a cool climate Wine; this has green apple, green pear, acacia, flint and wet stone, and a bright bit of herbal greenery in the background. There is more body here than in Chablis with a hint of creaminess on the palate. Really enjoyable, a food-lover’s wine. Grilled lobster, steamed shrimp, fried chicken, the possibilities are endless. — a year ago

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