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Pinot Noir

Josef Chromy - Pinot Noir 2017

Australia
Red Wine from Tasmania · Australia
Price: £24.50
Case Rate: £23.33
Ex Tax: £20.42
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Wine Region: Tasmania
Winery: Josef Chromy
Wine Maker: Ockie Myburgh
Grape: Pinot Noir
Grape Percentage: 100% Pinot Noir
Alcohol Percentage: 13.5
Unit Quantity (ml): 750
Best To Drink: Drink Now - 2020
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Rating 90 pts  Wine Advocate/Robert Parker
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Country:
Wine Region: Tasmania
Winery: Josef Chromy
Wine Maker: Ockie Myburgh
Grape: Pinot Noir
Grape Percentage: 100% Pinot Noir
Alcohol Percentage: 13.5
Unit Quantity (ml): 750
Best To Drink: Drink Now - 2020

Wine tasting notes

This pale garnet coloured wine reveals lifted aromas of red cherries and raspberries lightly dusted with spice and a waft of smoke. The red fruits follow through richly on a satiny palate, nuanced with cinnamon spice and subtle oak. Lingering finish with fine tannins and balanced acidity. A seductive wine.

Expert reviews

Wine Advocate/Robert Parker (2014) - 90 pts

Pale ruby with a purple hint in color, the 2014 Pinot Noir has a classic red cherry, cranberry and red currant nose with nuances of underbrush, mossy bark and lavender. It fills the medium-bodied palate with a great intensity of fruit supported by soft tannins and refreshing acid, finishing with an herbal lift.


Vinous/Antonio Galloni (2015) - 92 pts

Brilliant red. A complex bouquet evokes fresh red fruit, potpourri and Asian spices, and a zesty mineral quality adds nervy lift. Lively, mineral-accented raspberry, bitter cherry and floral pastille flavors pick up a spicy nuance with air and show impressive depth but no excess weight. Unfolds slowly on the finish, which shows excellent definition and sappy, red-fruit-driven persistence.


James Suckling (2013) - 96 pts

The quality on offer here is striking, marrying the best of attractive ripe red and dark fruit characters with earthy spice and more savoury complexity, some blue fruits too, really engaging. The palate is wrapped together with fine even tannin and holds a wealth of perfectly ripe sweet cherry and mulberry flavoured fruit flesh. Fine texture, long and precise, it frames the finish up beautifully, leaving a gently toasty, precise and juicy impression.


Wine Enthusiast (2013) - 91 pts

Some whole-bunch fermentation is reflected in a vegetal hint on the nose, but otherwise this is a fruit-driven youngster, bursting with lively red berries. Hints of toasted coconut, vanilla and mocha from French oak add complexity to this medium-bodied, supple wine. The tannins firm up on the finish, suggesting mid-term cellaring; drink 2017–2023.


James Halliday (2014) - 94 pts

Holding its youthful, although light, hue; a fruit-driven style with an array of red cherry and raspberry fruits, and a hint of strawberry. This is one of those pinots you are happy to drink, not deconstruct.


Miscellaneous (2015) - 5 stars

Nicks.com.au 96pts - "Semi translucent dark red colour with a crimson red hue. Perfumed aromas of dark cherries and plum laced with anise overlay some game like characters, subtle herb infusions and spicy cedar. Lightly weighted but possessing an outstanding power wave the palate is blessed with perfectly ripened fruit flavours of spicy dark cherries and strawberries over background nuances of lightly toasted cedar, some meatiness and subtle dried herb infusions. Graceful supple texture with vibrant acidity and refined, velvet like tannins. Long finish of spicy dark cherries, ripe strawberries, meaty characters, lightly toasted cedar and dried herbs."