Williams Crossing Pinot Noir 2013

APPEARANCE
Garnet with good depth

BOUQUET
Generous and immediately complex. With berry fruit that runs the spectrum from red to black, parting to reveal brooding layers secondary in nature. With savoury notes ranging from autumn leaves, good french oak support & earthen characters.

PALATE
With good weight and its textured yet silky tannin structure, darker fruits appear more on the palate, with variants of plums but still retaining its prettier elements. Balanced, feminine and forceful in the right dimensions between fruit and lingering complexity.

CELLARING SUGGESTIONS
Clear in terms of varietal expression, and clear in terms of value. An elegant Pinot Noir that is drinking well now, but cellaring up to 7 years will only bring greater complexity.

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Closure
Screw Cap

Winemaker
The Vineyard

Grape Variety
Pinot Noir

Growing Region
Macedon Ranges

% Alcohol
13.6

Acidity
6.1

pH
3.52

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