Tasmania, Australia

Home Hill

Estate Tasmania Pinot Noir 2016

Dark and luminous. On the nose, this is a dead ringer for a big Gibbston Valley pinot. Red and black fruit, cherry, but the spice is the overriding trait. A very spicy cherry character with lovely silky mouthfeel. Broad but a little less structured and a bit shorter than a Valli or Gibbston Valley, but at $52, much better value. — 2 days ago

Racquel N
with Racquel

Kreglinger Wine Estates

Brut Sparkling Blend

2003. Outstanding balance. Best sparking I’ve drunk — 8 days ago

Tolpuddle Vineyard

Tasmania Chardonnay 2016

Pure deliciousness. A real treat to accompany our scrumptious home cooked meal of Taiwanese beef noodle soup and sticky date pudd. More pls. — a month ago

GlenAyr

Tolpuddle Vineyards Chardonnay 2016

Because it is Friday......! — 6 days ago

Diederick, Willem and 2 others liked this

Freycinet Vineyard

Tasmania Pinot Noir 2010

One of my favourite Aussie Pinots over the years such that we can usually pick it from its nose - same with Bass Phillip Pinot Noir. The Freycinet has spicy savoury dark cherry bouquet with a touch of caramel oak - the whole bunch influence integrated. Lovely balance on the medium bodied palate finishing with silky tannins. Always in the conversation when discussing Australia’s better Pinots. Made for extended cellaring of 15+ years from vintage. — a month ago

Scott, ES and 11 others liked this

Coldstream Hills

Tasmania Pinot Noir 2018

$26 and good value. Really classical burgundian nose. Red fruit with some spice. Correct, not mindblowing but really food p/q — 5 days ago

Sailor Seeks Horse

Tasmania Pinot Noir 2016

How cool. Gorgeous Tasmanian PN. Natural yeast start. Some stem inclusion. 💯 PN — 22 days ago

David, Bob and 3 others liked this

Josef Chromy

Pepik Pinot Noir 2013

Very nice Tasmanian Pinot noir. Who would have thought? Nice body, well balanced — 16 days ago

Penfolds

Grange Bin 95 Shiraz 1990

The reputation is so amazing that I can't be happy with a complex spicy nose, due mainly to the oak and a palate that drops pretty drastically
Yes it is a 9.1, but I reckon it would not be worth for the effort to source it and what comes out of your pocket
Definitely disappointed
— 5 days ago

Severn, Dick and 3 others liked this