Tudor

Tudor

Santa Lucia Highlands Pinot Noir 2014

Nose is charred and stewed fruit with a hint of barnyard funk. The palate starts with strawberry jam, cherry pie, rhubarb pie, and plum with cinnamon, clove, and allspice emerging mid-palate. Menthol and American oak make an appearance near the end. Moderate plus acid and medium tannin and alcohol. This is a complex and substantial Pinot well representing the SLH designation. — 13 days ago

Susan Cahoon
with Susan

Tudor

Central Victoria Shiraz 2013

Bought it based on Sydney International Wine Show 2014 awards and subsequent newspaper articles on cheap Aldi wines.
At $13, pretty good value. Bit light but enjoyed it.
— 5 years ago

The Highland Project

Santa Lucia Highlands Pinot Noir 2013

At 40 barrels, this generic SLH Pinot Noir is actually a big SLH release for the Salinas based Tudor wines. Presented in a screw top bottle, the nose is cooked cherry. The palate gets silky smooth cherry, strawberry, and minerals. A chewy finish with moderate acid. Nothing flashy, but a very solid wine that performs well solo or matched with lighter foods. — 2 years ago

Susan Cahoon
with Susan

Tudor

Santa Lucia Highlands Tondré Reserve Pinot Noir 2007

Ruby red and orange at the edge. Nose of strawberry and baking spices. Strawberry and cherry fruit forward with a hint of baking spices. Smooth and well balanced. Medium body. — 5 years ago