Giant Steps

Primavera Vineyard Pinot Noir

9.13 ratings
9.21 pro ratings
Yarra Valley, Port Phillip, Victoria, Australia
Pinot Noir
Top Notes For
Bob McDonald

Probably the most twiggy/stalky of Steve Flamsteed’s single vineyard cuvees. Perhaps overdid the whole bunch ferment aspect a little bit here. A good savoury intensity with fluid smooth tannins. Well made as always. From the very good 2015 vintage in the Yarra Valley.

Probably the most twiggy/stalky of Steve Flamsteed’s single vineyard cuvees. Perhaps overdid the whole bunch ferment aspect a little bit here. A good savoury intensity with fluid smooth tannins. Well made as always. From the very good 2015 vintage in the Yarra Valley.

Dec 1st, 2018
Bob McDonald

Very vegetal stalky with some pepper and nettle. Obviously whole bunch fermentation. A little too much of this character for my palate. Needed a little more mid palate fruit. My favourite Single Vineyard Giant Steps Pinot Noir remains Applejack Vineyard of the 4 or 5 made by Steve Flamsteed.

Very vegetal stalky with some pepper and nettle. Obviously whole bunch fermentation. A little too much of this character for my palate. Needed a little more mid palate fruit. My favourite Single Vineyard Giant Steps Pinot Noir remains Applejack Vineyard of the 4 or 5 made by Steve Flamsteed.

Dec 5th, 2017
Bob McDonald

Delectable do not appear to recognise this cuvée which is a Pinot Noir from the Primavera vineyard. Has been used in blends previously but in 2015 the fruit was good enough to warrant an Individual Vineyard cuvée. 100% whole bunch the nose has this spicy stinging nettle herbal slightly peppery character. Spicy cherry vibrant fruit comes thru on the palate with oak taking a back seat. An intriguing Pinot Noir.

Delectable do not appear to recognise this cuvée which is a Pinot Noir from the Primavera vineyard. Has been used in blends previously but in 2015 the fruit was good enough to warrant an Individual Vineyard cuvée. 100% whole bunch the nose has this spicy stinging nettle herbal slightly peppery character. Spicy cherry vibrant fruit comes thru on the palate with oak taking a back seat. An intriguing Pinot Noir.

Dec 26th, 2016