Curly Flat

Curly Flat

Pinot Noir 2013

We last had a bottle on 11th July 2020 and this time it showed better. Red savoury fruits mainly cherry and a plum skin note. Still with that burnt bracken note which is not unattractive. On the palate like Bass Phillip but more succulent. The Macedon Ranges just north of Melbourne is a proven good area for Pinot Noir and Chardonnay - a neighbour being the highly credentialed Bindi Wines. — 6 days ago

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Merry Edwards

Flax Vineyard Pinot Noir 2015

This fell a little flat for me. Missing much of the expected ME nuances. — 9 days ago

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Jan A
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Amy
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Gio Dominico Negro Serra Lupini Roero Arneis 2019

Looks like homemade lemonade (no filtration) but has all the typical notes of Arneis... white flower nose, zingy Meyer lemon acidity, mineral overtones, and that slightly bitter grapefruit pith finish. If you don’t like this, you can probably skip past all Arneis. Some initial feedback was that this Arneis feels a little flat compared to the memory of others (Vietti, Matteo Correggia, Kermit Lynch’s Elvio Tintero), but as this opens up, it might be the most expressive of them all. 13% ABV, will buy again. — 2 days ago

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